Ralph Breaks the Internet
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Segre's film captures the misty elision of land and sea in the Veneto lagoon and how it perfectly expresses the characters' yearning placelessness.
There is not much happiness in the lives of these two people, but they have each other.
A thin but attractively opalescent immigrant study, prioritizing exquisite, atmospheric detail over the bigger picture.
The plot is preposterous, offering up not one, but two, saintly females for our hi falutin' delectation.
This is haunting and affecting with visual poetry to spare.
Shun Li and the Poet actually believes in the inherent decency of strangers. Don't hold that against it.
Francois Couturier's score is overly emphatic in places in tugging at our heartstrings, but the film's gentle humanity is to be cherished.
There is much to savour in this poignant feature by the former documentary-maker Andrea Segre: not least its tough, uncliched view of Venice.
Writer-director Segre gives this sensitive story a nicely understated quality that forces us to identify with the central characters in ways that continually catch us off guard.
A discreetly epic observation of solitude and circumstance.
The film has a shiveringly lovely melancholic spirit that clings to your skin like wet jeans.
Touching story about the tender friendship between a 60-year-old Yugoslav fisherman and an unmarried Chinese woman working in a local bar.
What begins as an honest story soon becomes a frustrating experience, unable to generate enough interest due to the lack of chemistry between the two main characters. Besides, it insists on trying to create some visual and narrative poetry where there is none.
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