A modern and stylish kaleidoscope of interconnected love and relationships linking characters from different cities and countries in a vivid, suspenseful and deeply moving tale of romantic life in the 21st century.
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This is a nice little movie. Good acting, good interaction of the plots. Plus Rachel Weisz. I do think the pretty people have better endings. It's up to us ugly people to protect them by prostituting ourselves.
The design was sterile and the locations were almost completely void of their respective personalities (Colorado's airport felt the same as London's apartment that felt the same as the museum district in Vienna and so on) - yet the film still managed to tell a good story, weaving characters in and around themselves all over the globe. Great direction, good performances, overall a well-crafted film.
Simplistic, banal, trite. "Carpe diem" for the globalized era. More like a self-help guide than a movie. This coral film mimics inarritu's soap-operas like "Babel", without saying anything meaningful. If we were to follow the suggestion to seize the day, we would definitely pass on Meilleres' latest offering: as one character says, life is too short.
Good concept but it fell slightly flat. I enjoyed the film but it wasn't as memorable as it could have been. Some well developed characters given how many there were and some good links between them. Some nice shots and transitions. Some good links to the overall concept.
As someone with a soft spot for the "everyone is connected" drama, a genre where the good don't fall too far from the bad, this entry seemed especially laughable. Perhaps due to a lack of any real premise, or returning characters, which makes this feel more vignette oriented. Weird attack on sex in a 'globalised' world, the Ben Foster plot seemed esp. misguided. Not anger-inducing, just... nothing.