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"Planet of Snail" is simple, direct and magical.
Gentle, simply told love stories are as rare in documentaries these days as they are in narrative film. That alone makes Yi Seung-jun's "Planet of Snail" a standout.
"Planet of Snail" offers a precious moment of clarity and simplicity amid a chaotic and poisonous summer, and tells an unforgettable love story to boot.
With little story to speak of, Planet Of Snail is more of an experiential piece, closing in on the pleasure and wonder with which Young-chan takes in details like rain falling outside the window and the bark of a tree.
Above all, this beautifully photographed documentary is a poetic meditation on refined sensory perception.
A portrait of practical symbiosis in both domestic and emotional terms.
This is a great movie, memorable and subtle.
Planet of Snail could totally re-orientate your perspective on life.
There is a psychological complexity to this simply-made film that speaks quietly about great things.
It's almost as if the images and sounds most of us are constantly bombarded with only serve to distract from a primal, tactile experience of the world.
Both modest and awe-inspiring.
A rare nonfiction romance film [about] a couple worth comparing your own marriage or partnership to, and the film is a wonderful, poetic portrait of true love.
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