Monday, January 24, 2011
I must have skipped the Art House Cinema period during 2004 because I most certainly do not remember the release of this tiny Kubrick-like film by Thomas Vinterberg called "It's All About Love". The film was unfortunately panned by everyone for because it didn't justify a certain level of confidence in its storytelling that is usually expected of Vinterberg. But for what it's worth, the 2-hour long movie was worth watching for its beautiful cinematography, imaginative plot and circumstances, eerie soundtrack, fantastic art direction and a pair of gifted actors.
Plus, the movie posters kick ass!
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i love films like this too, its not your usual hollywood mainstream stuff...
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