The Way We Laughed Reviews

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½ January 30, 2004
[b]Hairdresser's Husband, The:[/b] A mind boggingly sexy film about fulfilled desire and the thought of losing it. Directed by one of my favorite directors Patrice Leconte -- who also made one of my favorite films last year "Man on the Train." This is the epitome of bitter sweet. (8 out of 10)

[b]Way We Laughed, The:[/b] A tale of two brother's and their trials and tribulations in an poverty stricken Italy. Way We Laughed is a tragic tale about filial love coupled with desperation and how it ultimately shapes the relationships of people around them. At once intriguing as it is frustrating the film employs a fractured and ellipitical narrative that forces the audience to construct their own reasons on how certain events occur. Worth checking out if you're in the mood for an exotic depressant. (7 out of 10)
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