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I May Destroy You
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So. This movie is pretty awesome. I don't know why in the world Rotten Tomatoes says this movie is a comedy but whatever. For starters, everything will say that this movie is G. It is not. It is definitely PG-13. At least in America. Ok so the movie. Overall, it's a simple and frankly whimsical premise turned into a serious and interesting movie. The leading performance is outstanding and really makes you believe he is someone else. Although the movie never really provides a solid explanation as to why Sebastien (the main character) feels the need to become someone else, you completely buy it and worry for him when he gets trapped in a corner. The plot is really what any good plot should be; different intertwined plots rolled into one story. Although there are a few light-hearted moments, the movie has a very serious and almost dark tone to it. When Sebastien is examining people while talking to them you really start to feel uncomfortable. The camerawork provides an angle to that. Overall, it's an extremely well-made movie with a well-made story. And if you're worried about watching this movie with subtitles, don't. It almost adds to the disconnected an offbeat personality of the main character. Give it a try. You might enjoy it.
This movie is not what is seems and exceeded my previous expectations. This movie is a simply complex story about life and humanity in the best way possible.