Leo Cauffield, chief of British counterespionage, fails by a whisker to arrest two fellow Cambridge-graduated spies who just manage to defect to Moscow, resigns and becomes a journalist. In... See full summary »
There comes a time when wife leaves for a deserved holidays, and husband is left alone with his child. It seems nothing complicated thought Igor, Artyom and Sauna, not even knowing what adventures will expect them.
When Daniel sets out on a five-day hike to spread his father's ashes, he encounters a mysterious stranger, Abraham, who appears to live in the woods. As Daniel continues on his way, it ... See full summary »
When Gary (Timothy Hutton) is watching television, a narrator is giving information about some footage being shown. The date that the footage took place on is August 16, 1960. This is the same day Hutton was born. See more »
I enjoyed this movie a lot. The opening scenes, focusing on shots of electrical leads unravelling, an alienated janitor, moving his hoover back & forth, show that this is the kinda of film which you may have to suspend judgement a little over what is happening and where it might be heading and perhaps look a little deeper at the symbolism. Inter-twining lives are not of course new but those of the three male leads, Bill, Gary & Travis & that of Karen are not so much connected by events but more by how they are dealing, or not dealing with, their various personal dilemmas & tragedies or just their own approaches to their lives. Beautifully shot, well acted & directed, this film has more than an air of surrealism & may be open to more interpretation of the dreams & realities & possibilities than perhaps you might think at first. Recommended.
12 of 15 people found this review helpful.
Was this review helpful to you?