Kill Me Later Reviews
i liked her, and them
The plot is admittedly slightly contrived but believable all the same due to the characters making it fit so well. Selma changes from a depressed, possibly alcoholic, self-harming on occasion (though it is to be noted that only one scene shows this and there is no blood so it's not graphic at all) young woman to somebody in whose eyes hope can be seen. Max finds love (but not the soppy kind you normally see. This one seems to be true love.)
The soundtrack is beautiful
It's got some action, a little non soppy romantic, with small bits of comedy, some depressing moments, but has an overall hopeful tone. I don't want to make it seem like a depressing movie - it's the opposite. It's like life.
My favourite scenes were the scene where they're sitting by the water just chilling out and the other one is when Selma is standing on the bridge which is on the port and she spends the night reflecting on her life.
I loved the soundtrack. Many considered it to be simply 'noise' but I think the darkness of it, tinged with possible happiness to come really brings the movie to life. I especially love the way 'Camilia - Streets' fitted into the scene when they're running. The director knew what they were doing.
As I said before, I loved this movie.