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A travel that'll change anyone's lives. Very cute and touching.
Wonderfully made, <i>Ostrov</i> combines the mysteries of healing and foreseeing the future with self discovery, in a religious context. The photography and settings are beautiful, it has an adequately slow pace, and convincing performances. The film deals with a very tormented character looking for redemption in the context of the Russian-Orthodox church, whose behavior confuses the rest of the monks, himself called a very sinful man but considered saint by many others. It's a very interesting film to see, simple but elegant.
Creepy as fuck. The mockumentary style is very well delivered here, and the ending brought me flashbacks of my fear produced by <i>Rosemary's Baby</i>. Just sayin'.
Thrilling, and will keep you on the edge of your seat.