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  1. Ashley Spendlove's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    The first half is exceptional: Wyler captures beautifully the sense of otherness and alienation for both the returning veterans and those who stayed behind, and he does this both through careful direction of the actors and disquieting visual cues. Even in the much weaker second half, there are moments of tremendous power (Derry traumatised inside the amputated body of the B17, mirroring Homer's plight - brilliant).

  2. Luca Sage's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

  3. Chihao Tsang's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    Really enjoyable to watch a old film that I hadn't seen before. Great script and plot with very good character development. Great performances all round especially the radiate Teresa Wright!

  4. Superfrog's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    Good marks but not that much enthusiasm on a subject that I find really interesting.

  5. P Teddy Sawyer's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    Handsome, well-groomed, photographed with stunning solidity and poised on the brink of realism, Dana Andrews almost transcends the murky perspex screen of his bomb-aimer's nose bay before he is sucked back into Hollywood's mellow gloss.

  6. raggiodisole's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    A broad range of subjects are tackled here, and with no little compassion: Post-traumatic Stress Disorder, the need for decompression after a boys-own adventure, the attitude of post-war america, and most importantly the hidden effects of war, revealing the fact that there are never, ever any winners.

  7. Leigh Collins's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    The depth of the storyline and the characters is a rarity for 1940s Hollywood, helping to make this film utterly watchable and compelling. Some of the scenes with Harold Russell are heart-wrenching and beautifully scripted. Others are a little melodramatic. And Fredric March is effortlessly brilliant, fully deserving his Best Actor Oscar. This has to be one of the best films of its era.

  8. Ark V's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    Lovely post war drama studying change and it's affects on veterans and those around them.

  9. PanelSystem's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    One of the greatest, most moving evocations of damaged people returning to homes they no longer recognize - all the more moving because this was a 1946 mainstream release with an audience made up of families who understood only too well what the film was about. Human, painful, and poignant.

  10. Ross Graham's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    Starts out seeming like a look at the abandonment of service people by their country once the war's over, but quickly jerks into sickly sweet and thoroughly meaningless sop. Some gorgeous images, some smart dialogue, and a story with all its interesting edges polished to nothing.

  11. Natty's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    so who else shed a tear?

  12. Mark Commode's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

  13. knockkneed's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

  14. Erik F.'s rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

  15. Ghostman's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

  16. RoRoRoro's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

  17. SpacePirate's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    I typically am not a fan of overly patriotic/moral films, but this one just kinda hits all the right notes. Being big fans of Wright, Loy, and Andrews helped. Easy to see this was a hit at the Oscars in post-war America.

  18. Huey McEvoy's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    An ensemble piece of interconnected narratives looking at the many underdiscussed issues of the post-war day - PTSD, disability, divorce, familial dischord, depression - it's almost succeeds as an exercise in social realism, were it not so reactionary. The script is remarkable, though it ultimately succumbs to melodrama and moralism. (4.5)

  19. Howard Fritzson's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    Dana Andrews is the star of this film and he should have been rewarded with an Oscar nomination, at least. I don't understand why he was not more appreciated in Hollywood. His minimalist style prefigures Montgomery Clift’s.

  20. Dignan's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    William Wyler makes polished trash.

  21. ASHES IN THE HOURGLASS's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    4.5. I've been let down by Wyler far too many times to get excited about this (Dodsworth was boring as shit). To my surprise, I found a Hollywood production that manages to fit within the system's tradition while also being unlike anything to come out of there. It's a wonderful study of three characters of different age and social status who come to struggle with their haunting past and a world no longer for them.

  22. Rachel Tyler's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    Incredible. Wish Harold Russell had been an even bigger part.

  23. ihor's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    Gucky and very conservative Hollywood story of WWII veterans returning to middle American lives. The story is predictable and flat in the worst Hollywood fashion hiding any real social or societal problems with a rosy ending. The problems or traumas the characters feel is deeply uninteresting especially relative to how the great European directors reflected on the lasting traumas of the war.

  24. Howie's rating of the film Hayatımızın En Güzel Yılları

    More great Dana Andrews. Fredric March never better. Great moment: Myrna Loy realizes that her husband has come home.