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Catching Feelings manages to work due to its cultural specificity, and winds up being an agreeable and entertaining night at the movies.
The sex scenes are daring for local cinema ... and so is the dialogue, which makes you laugh and think, without being preachy.
Sexy, funny if a bit overlong...The South Africa the movies never show us
Viewers looking for a weighty, topical film about a man grappling with racial tension-and a turbulent marriage-will enjoy Catching Feelings.
The usual romantic-comedy frustrations where smart characters act stupid so that we have a movie to watch are at play here, but this is a likeable movie with some funny performers.
It features some beautifully composed shots over Johannesburg and shows her off as I would have pictured her: a woman who is trendy, cool, sophisticated and level-headed, while a little rough around the edges.
The film starts out slowly, with the couple and their friends sipping drinks at a bar. The pace never quite picks up, though we're kept engaged by the variety of locations and characters.
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