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I've seen a lot movies in my life, but I must say Maze is the first one where really everything is exactly like I want it to be. It's so perfect. The story, the actors, the camera, the settings, the music... It's just one big wonderful feeling. I even think it's not necessary to summarize the story here because it's not the story which makes that film so great. It's the thing between Lyle and Callie. My English is not good enough to describe it (I'm from Germany). It's how they treat each other, the way they are with each other, how they look at each other (they almost don't need to talk, you know everything when you look into their faces, especially Lyle's longing for Callie, it's acted so good, you fall in love with her, too) and all these little things between the lines. That's why I can watch it again and again without being bored, because it carries a feeling, a mood, a state of mind, don't know how to tell... Watching this movie is like listening to your favorite music or watching a painting which really caught you, or sitting in the dark and watching the stars, like the feeling, when you come home in the winter and drink a cup of tea and you can feel it running slowly down your throat into your stomach and balley. Art is, what touches your soul. Maze is art. And please, it is not a movie about Tourette! If one reduces it to that, he hasn't understood one little thing. It's just one part. It's about love and how difficult it can be to find it, and especially if you don't serve common sense. I know what I'm talking about, it's always the same, no matter why you stay outside of the crowed. Maze gives hope and courage. Don't know how someone could create such a good movie... Thanks a lot to Rob Morrow and crew! Want more! Now I think I've subbed enough... :-) I love it!
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