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Those undergoing some similar Catholic ferment might tune into its wavelength, otherwise it's a film to be admired from without, though swathes of choral music (an ill-advised Viscontian foray into Mahler excepted) convey a haunting, sepulchral vibe.
Superbly shot in the white-walled no-man's-land of the monastery.
Patience will be rewarded.
After promising much, it leads nowhere, either emotionally or spiritually.
Beautifully shot yet distant.
The imposing setting of the seminary is integral to the power of In Memory Of Me.
Absorbs for most of its two hours, only losing conviction in an underwhelming sign-off.
Brilliantly conveying the enormity of surrendering the self, this is a religious film with universal relevance.
It flirts with being a better film than it really is, but never convinces.
for the two hours that Costanza's hauntingly earnest film lasts, and perhaps beyond, it is all too easy to forget yourself.
With a sterling cast headed by Christo Jivkov, breathtaking cinematography and a spellbinding accumulation of increasingly complex material that is treated with insight and clarity, In memoria di me is the best film of the Berlinale.
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