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One of the best movies ever!
What a f****** obscene movie and protagonist. And I'm not talking about the sex scene, but his way of pushing obvious boundaries of manner. Not only that, but the main character is a total selfish douche.
A beautiful and quite moving drama about mortality. Time to Leave is a terrific French drama.
I just didn't like it.
Felt kind of generic and unremarkable until the perfect third act, which completely destroyed me.
It deeply touched and me I related fully with this movie. Any movie that makes you think tend to be my favorites. This movie had tough decisions.
mortality ain't exactly a cheery subject to end the night with.
i like ozon but didn't quite like this one; bleak subject matters usually make hard-to-like films, i much prefer the wicked and fun ozons.
This may lack originality & it has a few ridiculous moments here & there but in my opinion this is how this kind of movies should be, It doesn't feel forced & also successfully avoid cheap sentimentalism & on the other hand it's not one of those vacuous dull films for the sake of forced realism or being artsy
Nothing spectacularly tear jerking or overly cliched (which I welcome), just a simple story about one man accepting his death.
I'm having a hard time with Time to Leave. On one hand, it isn't something American filmmakers would ever make. Not because of the subject matter, but because of the way the story goes about unfolding. (A grown man crawls into bed with his naked grandmother, he neglects to tell almost everyone in his life he's dying, etc.) On the other, it misses so many of the connecting moments, the transformation of the main character doesn't amount to a whole lot. Romain is vile to his sister and her children and his live-in boyfriend. He asks his father drop him off to buy cocaine (and then says it helps him get up, yet can't tell his father he's dying). He doesn't disclose his cancer status to a couple he has sex with. Nothing he does is for anyone else in the film except himself. Sure, he's dying and feels like he has no support, yet Romain never gives the people around him any chance to support him. Frustrating and mind-bogglingly shallow, Time to Leave should and could have been so much more.