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Oddly compelling and visually arresting, this polarizing character study feels like a product Kubrick and Bergman would have produced, had they joined forces to make a sci-fi film. It's haunting. It's observational. It's just very different.
A raw and explosive burst of creative-storytelling told with tenacity. 'Bell' is a truly rare piece of filmmaking because you'll never see anything else like it. The sound track is the best of the year.
This is an inspirational, gem-of-a-story that steers clear of cliches and manages to entertain with emotional rawness.
Sad. Romantic. Unforgiving. One of the BEST films this year; a slice-of-life story about marriage and what it means to be perfectly imperfect. Gosling and Williams share a brilliant, Oscar-worthy chemistry which is brought to life with Cianfrance's Oscar-worthy screenplay.
Aronofsky crafts a creepy psychological tale filled with scenes that make you squirm in your seat. The grainy 16mm look is fitting and helps capture Portman's frantic state.