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Brazilian cinephile living in Berlin, a lover of the Seventh Art and every type of films: from cult to mainstream, films d'auteur to blockbusters, art house to B movies, animations to documentaries, short films to miniseries.
This unhurried drama about mysticism and the nature of faith offers a remarkable performance by Daniel de Oliveira and shapes its intriguing narrative little by little, letting us put together the pieces of that strange reality in our heads as it gradually unveils what it is about.
Moore is terrific in this heartbreaking drama, conveying with full abandon every painful stage of a dreadful disease as her character struggles to hold on to her memories, while the expert use of long-focus lenses is key to show her disorientation and disconnection from the world around her.
An enthralling film made by a filmmaker in absolute control of the story he wants to tell (there is not a single shot or camera movement in it out of place), moving in a careful, deliberate pacing towards a shocking conclusion and with Leandra Leal in a top-notch performance.
The plot is predictable and doesn't really come together as a whole, but the film has a handsome production design, a wonderful cinematography that explores to its best extent the beauty of its locations and two very intense performances from Lawrence and Cooper to make it worth it.
A recycled story full of clichés, like Bill Murray in cliché acting mode not even able to make a stroke sound convincing and an inevitable cliched final speech to make us forget the several loose ends - the loan shark, the bank money, the legal battle with the kid's father, etc.