Flowers (Loreak) (2015)
Critic Consensus: Directors Jon Garaño and Jose Mari Goenaga have crafted an intimate and beautifully filmed drama about loss and healing, though it occasionally suffers from a slow pace.
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Filmmakers Jon Goraño and José Mari Goenaga get good performances throughout, and the images are handsome. But the pace is slow to a point that wearies.
Beautifully filmed, it operates from the premise, voiced by one of the characters, that "people don't die until we forget them."
Works mightily at mood but never satisfactorily threads its melancholy strands together.
A poetic meditation on love, pain and memory, all expressed through the metaphor of cut flowers.
It contains nothing to offend, but nothing to surprise or inspire, either.
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