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A gentle and delicate warning about death and life, wars and humanity! Beautiful filming and acting.
This Oscar nominee for Best Foregin Language Film pulsates with stirring benevolence with a parable of a pacifist Estonian resident unwittingly renders two rival combatants at a crossfire of a Georgian–Abkhazian conflict hospitality and spiritual awakening during their convalescence.
Not just another war movie. The story feels real and human and far from the front lines yet deeply entrenched in the struggles. It surprised me to like this film so much.
It certainly short and has a predictable plot, but hey Good for Estonia to have a film well-liked from people!
It was a good little drama about war, family, friendship and mandalinas. The cast was really good and it gives so much to think about in such a short time.
A remarkable movie! Must see!!
What a powerful film. This was one of the best films I've seen in a while. The message was outstanding. Deserves an applaud.
Powerful statement about war and humanity.
Tangerines manages to be affecting even if its storyline becomes plain and formulaic.
War brings us together to tear each other apart.