what? that bad?
Cohesive minimal contemporary cinema from four directors. Good piece of work.
i too, loved the closing sequence much more than i loved the film itself. rape scene was extremely tough to watch.
I am a true Xavier Dolan fan and until Tom à La Ferme, he has blown me away with his fresh, avant-garde, bold and unique style of film making. Tom à La Ferme is different. It is by no means perfect, but his most important film to date. Its a complex thriller about homophobia and grief.
Powerful, unforgettable cinema. A story seen through the main character's perspective. A woman stuck between her dark persona and motherhood in a dysfunctional society.
I give this a 3 because any time takeshi wasn't on the screen i felt cheated.
cute as hell if you don't take it too seriously. metronomy and almadovar hell yeah.
i am weeping that i wont be able to attend VIFF this year and see this.
what's even creepier than this creepy film is the fact that they weren't trying to sell it as a creepy film.
sorry but your budget and you quirky soundtrack idea don't make a good movie.
the version i just watched was b&w and oh so amazing.
if you don't have a similar culture it will be hard for you to understand this film and its power.
one of the creepiest films i have ever seen.
an emigmatic masterpiece. the gaze of its actors into the camera and that beautiful melancholic fado music will be lingering on my mind for a long time. i'll be dreaming of lisbon.
The religious bits were not as in harmomy with the rest of the film as they were in Tree of Life and in fact a bit annoying as was the soundtrack. But other than that I was moved. Just beautiful. What an amazing film maker.
Seeing as to how underrated this film is and having read some of the negative comments on here I was not expecting something so amazing. I am shocked by the ending. I love the rush that it gave me. Really really good film and definitely worthy of an the Un Certain Regard award.