Laura Smiles Reviews
After her boyfriend died. Laura seems to be afraid to have a serious relationship with a man. She must to the psychological trauma cause by the tragic incident. The fear of falling deeply in love again is what makes laura's life into mess. A New original plot, for me, its appealing.
This movie is the most touching, riveting and thought-provoking movie I have seen in a long time.
Through flashbacks you get to see the transition of one person from two different time periods.
It was wonderfully filmed and directed. It showed such a profound message. How a love can be so deep, how a certain love can be the only thing that really matters.
Petra Wright was incredible as Laura, she had this terrific way of using her voice and her facial expressions to truly touch the audience. She reached me and managed to make all the character's feelings dig into me.
This was a truly astonishing movie about not being able to forget someone. All the feelings and sorrows of the movie were so discernible and so clear, but also so magical. It will forever stay in my heart and I will always be reminded of the love's true powers.
[font=Century Gothic]Nine years before, she had been an actress in off-off-Broadway plays, engaged to a writer, Chris(Kip Pardue), who had just completed his first novel. Then, tragedy struck...[/font]
[font=Century Gothic]"Laura Smiles" is an intriguing movie about how the perfect life may not be perfect for everyone. The film's structure reflects how much the lead character is disconnected, as she lives her life partially in the past when she was happiest. In the present, Laura is sleepwalking, passing as happy to everyone around her.[/font]