Da 5 Bloods
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I May Destroy You
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The film looks absolutely beautiful, which is no surprise considering David Hamilton, the director, was a photographer. It also explores its characters emotions in a very honest and real way, though a better fleshed out story would've given it more depth.
Pretentious eurotrash about a girl who spends a summer at a parent's friend's place then is... awakened sexually! Boring, predictable and coated with vaseline, this is one worth skipping.
letdown. some exquisite moments. jury's still out when it comes to what i think about david hamilton.
At 15 this was sobbingly sad, but still a wonderful tale of young love, whatever your preference.
nunca vi tanta x***** peluda junta na minha vida.
my first movie, long time ago.