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Classic Chaplin movie. Very sweet and heartwarming, while showing the harsh reality of the time.
You know what it, it's one of those depressing stories set in South US. It's about morality and hypocrisy and the need for people to be understood and escape. The story was not something special but I loved seeing Jennifer Aniston in something different and her unexpected chemistry with Jake Gyllenhal
This movie feels like Kusturica tried to bring the gypsy vibe to America and it doesn't really fit. The other gypsy movies i watched were very surreal but it was a way to show some very realistic situations. This one was just weird and not really coherent. Unless he wanted to show the hypocrisy of it all; Americans shouldn't really criticize the gypsy culture with all the weird shit happening over there as well! Also not the best performance by Depp but Lili Taylor was just fantastic.
I get why it is generally praised for the quality and everything but too weird and fucked up for my taste.
I love that the surrealism brings the reality to life. Behind all the crazy stuff happening with the cocaine and the guns and the midgets there is the gypsy culture and some pure love stories.