It was quite a good film, albeit a little shallow. The love was not convincing enough at times, it was also hard to believe the addiction and the way Paul was still able to keep a job. The sex was hot, though :)
I cute film about a mother who was wronged by the nuns who took away her baby and who tried to find him all her life only to find that he had died of AIDS years earlier. The acting was superb and so was England/Ireland, so very British... How I miss thee....
I really loved the visuals of this film - the light colours, the cityscapes, the view. I also liked the warm humour of the beginning of the film, but it turned into something else towards the end and this is what I didn't like. It was a bit too long and the end was somehow dissatisfying. But the film did make me think about the possibility of IT and chatty operating systems.
A powerful film about how the society can kill an individual. It's about unacceptable love in a strictly religious community without a happy ending. What made it especially interesting was Israel and the traditions and rituals. I'm not saying I understood everything, but it was a pleasure to watch it, culturally speaking as well.
A ghost story which was so heartbreaking and bittersweet. The stunning scenery and the ocean added to the love story that wasn't meant to be. I loved the pave of the film and how Miguel never gave up and accepted who he was.