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Amazing movie. Great filming and acting.
Really impressive debut feature from a promising Canadian director.
At times uncomfortable to sit through but that's kind of the point. This isn't escapism, this is an unflinching look into the lives of two addict lovers moving in different directions at different speeds.
With minimal dialog, the camera lingers closely to catch every bit of acne, crooked and rotting teeth, soulless stare...really great cinematography.
Were people expecting a happy movie about two drug addicts living in poverty?
It was interesting to see what McKenzie could do with a full feature film, I'm impressed with her style and looking forward to her improving her craft and seeing what she can do in the future.
Now I didn't feel as strongly for these characters as I did for a character like Richard Gere in Time Out of Mind. But I still felt for these guys. I felt their pain, their frustration, their urge to just die. They were both portrayed decently by Gills and McNeil.
Cinematography can be interesting at times and at other time it can be jarring. The camera focus being pulled away from the subject on to some background. But then again, that adds to the emotion of the film.
pathetic and not very accurate.
Was so bad it would be an insult to the word film to call it one. If you like watching people mow lawns for entertainment then you should seek mental help. If you enjoy this film you yourself must be using some serious brain destroying drugs. It feels like the film is in slow motion while you watch them swot flies, try fall asleep and mow lawns for minutes on end. People in Canada must be living seriously,y boring lives if this was rated best film of the year. Hitting your head on a brick wall is less painful than watching this.
The longer you give this film a chance to be good the more disappointed you'll be.