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It was a story, very slow - moving....can be skipped.
Yuck! What is this thing supposed to be? What it is, is a mess.
Mala, y esa mezcla de Ã (C)pocas fue terrible.
Though newer, this film did not acheive the level of style and creativity in the director's earlier piece "Lilies". It was even more depressing, and less surreal-- the addition of random plastic bags, chain link fences, and radios in the 1700s seemed more like a glitch than anything, while Lilies has so much weirdness that it becomes easy to accept. The characters did not have much chemistry, not helped by the Dutch guy seeming almost devoid of personality to start with.
Why is it that relationships in gay movies so often seem random, the characters just jumping on each other one day when they didn't even like each other previously? Maybe it's just that I'm not a gay man, so I'm not picking up on the subtler vibes there.
Dejando de lado los irritantes anacronismos y la mala fotografia (es video digital?), podemos encontrar un filme solido. Interesante historia con algunos chispazos creativos. Aunque nada del otro mundo.
Ultimately not oppressive enough to drive the point home, but it did have enough integrity to override the artsy bits.
Found it boring and slow. Not entertaining and definitely not the kind of movie I'll remember by tomorrow
Pretty cool I guess, but full of anachronisms which was bugging me!
A very touching story about the two men set in 1725. If you've been to Cape Town, Robben Island and you are a gay person, it is very interesting and emotional to watch, the backdrop of Cape Town is Wonderful from Robben Island. Despite being a low budget flim it is excellent!
John Greyson is another favourite director and I may have to add Lilies to my movie list. This is a beautiful love story and a favourite because it's about South Africa. And prison. I enjoy prison movies. A very sad film.