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When a movie has a colorful storyline and it's reasonable to impress the audience; when a movie has simple storyline but turn out to be memorable and impressive that's the virtuosity of the director. This is how Zvyagintsev made it. The theme is so simple, the implicit love of the father to his rebellious son. But you can feel that you can so easily fit into the character, and more than that, with the situation that sometimes you were helping the father and sometime helping the kid. You didn't be sure who is right until the final moment. I don't know if this is the self-experience of the director - Andrei - who served as the bridge between the father and the son as well as a third party in the movie.
A 2013 version of "Groundhog Day". Not really into this type of supernatural picture.
It is about the life of two scientists of the 19th century. One of was the naturalist cum adventurist von Humboldt, and the other was Guass the mathematician. Yes, the one who had found the normal distribution, and you may surprise to see how his life was far from normal. I must thank the story has once again revived my flaming passion for number and maths.
It can still be funny even without a bachelor party
A nice debut from Zhao, though it is a bit old skl~
A wonderful adaptation
Hardly imagine that's a true story adaptation
perfect cinematography, though the motif is murky and pretentious.