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2,329 Ratings

To the Wonder

Directed by Terrence Malick
United States, 2012
Drama, Romance


Neil is a man torn between two loves: Marina, the European woman who comes to the United States to be with him, and Jane, the old flame he reconnects with from his hometown. Neil’s doubts about his life and loves are reflected in the crisis of faith experienced by Father Quintana.

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To the Wonder Directed by Terrence Malick
To the Wonder is Malick’s most searching treatment of the problem of sex, or more broadly of desire, which is perhaps related to the fact that it is also his most religious film… To those of us who remain convinced by his art, Malick is working at a level so far beyond us that our aesthetic estimations can only seem petty in comparison to his vision.
May 12, 2013
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Malick’s most nebulous and potentially most divisive film to date, To the Wonder has the feeling of a movie made according to Jean Cocteau’s advice: “What is being held against you – cultivate it, it is your essence.” For some, myself included, this means a logical and welcome stylistic evolution; for others, that Malick has arrived at self-parody.
February 22, 2013
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Herein lies the key to the film. The fact is, the performers in To the Wonder are not acting; they’re dancing. I don’t mean that metaphorically, either. They are almost literally dancing. The movie is, for all intents and purposes, a ballet. The characters are constantly in motion, but it’s more than that: Their movements are expressive, and always in relation to each other – breaking apart, moving closer, circling, often while still looking at one another.
January 28, 2013
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