Don't Move Reviews
The story line and the roles created for Timotee was interesting. Penelope (Italia) is remarkable at her role. At the end leaves you with a common dilama that all of us face in our lives: wisdom vs. sensibility. Which side should you take? Are you ever allowed to take any side?
In Italia (P. Cruz) Timo has found his imago, and they embark on an affair that can only come to a band end - they both recognize this - but affairs are not about the destination, they are about the journey.
All great and doomed love affairs are the same journey - healing the wounds of our past.
The performances here are restrained and affecting, preventing the story from descending into melodrama. Penelope Cruz is stunning, revealing a vulnerability and depth that often seems to elude her in her English speaking films.