Everyone has problems here, but nothing is monumental. This is an "easy" picture with many great scenic aerials, but not a heavy-duty drama. Many wonderful central Otago and Queenstown settings including a Tiger Moth biplane.
Dale G. Bradley
Morgan Palmer Hubbard,
A young man involved in a love affair that will change his life for ever, while his lover wrestles his demons on a journey that will force him to come to terms with his sexuality, leaving lives destroyed in the wake.
A really simple, simply real love story, sometimes a bit too real, sometimes a bit too simple, but all in all turned out well.
Good acting by the three young adults. They seem to be able to embed parts of their personalities into the characters they impersonate. We watch them getting to know each other as if we were sitting in the car with them. There were certain moments that reminded me of the atmosphere in "Before Sunrise", a film I find unsurpassed regarding the believability of a love story.
Of course, there's always the verdict of repetitiveness that looms over films like that. Why should we watch something at the cinema or on television that is probably happening right now next door or in one of the cars out there in the street? Well, you don't have to. But if you want to remember the moments when you fell in love with someone you might remember them watching "Wild Blue".
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