Fantasminha camarada e romântico. Argumento ridículo. Jovem morre, mas um dpto de assistência mortal do céu permite que ele volte a viver, com a missão de conduzir os recém-mortos à sua nova morada. Então, uma antiga paixão o reconhece. A partir daí é uma tal de ele 'aparecer' para alguns, sumir para amada, todos desaparecerem para ele... No final ultra romântico, cheio de música e cafonice, os amantes ficam juntos.
Outstanding! What a treat: a poem, a short story, a thought. This movie feels like a painted dream, so soft and sensible and modest too. Perfect and creative photography, simple and clear script, yet surprising at times. Actors are lovable. A little bit bombastic score but beautiful!
Concept is decent on the other hand I really did'nt like the movie. Some scenes was so so simple, I felt like somebody took a camera and made a univercity cinema class project. Some scenes was decent, as somebody telling him a story and the boy was changing place slowly and that's all, don't expect more from this movie. Go watch "The Ghost" and Brad Pitt's movie with almost same concept.
A confused screenplay does a mess to a film with good takes and beautiful music. It’s more sad because there was a interesting idea to explore, but clearly the director lost her line when she was doing it. I’d like so much if it was a sequence, a story in which you can live the story with characters, side by side them. What is very beautiful are takes in the surrealist Parisian park Buttes-Chaumont (remember Aragon).
This is a welcome contemporary interpretation of the grim reaper story with beautifully-shot scenes, charismatic leads with genuine chemistry, and an unexplainably doe-eyed sensuality. Although fantastical at its core, the simple and more realistic moments are its best parts–as the failure to define the rules of its magical world and the mishmash of special effects distract rather than aid its compelling narrative.
3.5 I didn't fully understand how the created universe functioned but it did touch me. I loved the colors and the tone. And of course I loved Thimotée Robart. Anyways, I do think the premise could have been carried further, making it more dreamlike (or deathlike, if I may).
[Atlántida FF] A love story that goes beyond life and death. The romantic proposal is the most predictable, but the look at death as a journey from memories is especially interesting. That return to childhood, to the most remembered place, to the most important moment in life, which peacefully leads to another life. It is a positive and calm vision of an emotional journey that connects directly with a poetic feeling.