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  1. Jorge Mourinha's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    The brutal weight of the real world on a man's hopes and dreams, as seen through a series of confrontational, almost Socratic dialogues; Ceylan has nimbler, easier works, but there's some truly majestic filmmaking here.

  2. tarkeiandrovsky's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

  3. Superfrog's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    Excellent photography and grading are not enough to support attrocious characters, awkward choice of interactions, falsely intellectual dialogue and the 3 bloody hours it lasts. Go see Something Useful (ISE YARAR BIR SEY) instead which does these things better and shorter :)

  4. josé neves's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    Cinema. The writing has lost the pomposity of the previous film, and adapted an oral verbosity that the images just follow and sustain. In the end, a dream, about a well and a death, recovers the possibility of the autonomous language of images and their connotation.

  5. Traum Baum's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    2,5 J.S. Bach's Passacaglia in C minor, BWV 582, arranged by Leopold Stokowski on a loop

  6. Emre's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    More developed and refined compared to his previous films, NBC's last film is just as captivating and mesmerising to watch. Almost all characters have a duality in them or come with a 'partner' that they hold contradicting thoughts with, making hypocrisy a strong theme. Amazing film to watch, but it lacks something I can't quite put my finger on - maybe more provocation, a wider plot arc or even a longer runtime.

  7. Mtume Gant's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    So refreshing to see intellectualism not be relegated to just the upper classes. That people in other class statuses think just as deep and ruminate on the deeper subjects that concern humanity. This film while not my fav Ceylan is still a gem

  8. alinurbagci's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    A brilliant film. Should have had a 5 out of 5 rating but some shots *which was shot on a handheld gimbal called Osmo* were bad and they had it on a lot of good scenes, and Ceylan always had great imagery in his films, so that is why i gave it a 4 not a 5.

  9. Duncan Gray's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    "Talky", sure—but another word for that might be "literary", and WPT sees Ceylan going further into a world of words with only periodic flourishes of visual mysticism. Our hero is a young man disgusted by the resignation around him, which makes the film like distilling your 20s into 3 hours. It all resorts to a few acts of arthouse literalism that feel cheap—but chiefly because they're alongside such earned wisdom.

  10. Le Ciné Chez Nico's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

  11. Lynch/Fellini's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    Nuri Bilge Ceylan has crafted another fascinating morality fable, this time on the nature of generations and the tragic aspects of failing to live up to one's own expectations of themselves...

  12. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    Finding a beautiful lyricism in its own desolation, the film dives into estrangement, existentialism, morality, and the passage of time with all the painful changes that might come with it.

  13. clowngirl's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    I really wanted to love this, but the utterly unlikable yet not even particularly complex protagonist coupled with somewhat traditional / overdone theme really made this film somewhat of a disappointment (especially considering the 3 hour length).

  14. Renton47's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    Tree doesn’t offer a clearly delineated through path; it’s a craggy journey, carefree in maintaining sympathy and engagement. It has truly wild, radical, cinematography, indebted to Godard though not always justifiable. It is wise about the boldness of youth, the burden of family. Flights of fancy suit Ceylan, the imam walk didn’t feel so integrated. Fuck motion smoothing.

  15. cihangir21's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

  16. etilen's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    Bırak hoca, ne kaderi, sen de temelli kestirmeci olmuş çıkmışsın. Hatalar, suçlar, günahlar kader mi olmaya başladı yine? Ortada hayal kırıklığı varsa kader, başarı varsa biz yaptık ettik oluyor nedense.

  17. dionysus67's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    Rhythmically it has a correct sense of movement and editing, something which renders the length imperceptible really, despite the ponderous dialogic set pieces. Some of these work (as in the debate on religion), others are extremely pretentious and conventionally filmed (as in the bookshop discussion) and, generally, this is fast-forward Angelopoulos with strengths in the long shots but schematic binaries elsewhere.

  18. Dan. R's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    The naivety and arrogance of youth, is my main takeaway from this. Very interesting this one. It took me three different sittings to get through it, and several days. The pros are its stunning cinematography, thoughtful pace and fascinating dialogue. Its cons are it is overlong, the protagonist is unlikeable and it all seems a bit pointless. The father and son relationship is the best part of the film.

  19. Slow Immersion's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    While Ceylan seems to have left his contemplative form and early stylistic behind (in his last 3 films) his dialogue driven pieces are some of the most interesting of their kind.

  20. DIMITAR KUTMANOV's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

  21. OldGermanCurrency's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

  22. misu's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

  23. Glim Ho's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

    树可以枯荣一春一秋,人生却难再找寻过往的哪怕一秒

  24. lesminho's rating of the film The Wild Pear Tree

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