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An insightful and tender film - one for the mind and heart!
They say if you really want to get to know someone, travel with them. You have to improvise, you are out of your comfort zone, you grow and get to know yourself and the other, elementally. That's what you really feel watching this film! It begins in university, setting the tone for truths discerned by intellect rather than experience, and as the film progresses, and the characters journey into the unknown, you see that transform, and the mind, melt into the heart. Central questions regarding human nature are begin as talk, but end in action, where the truth really lies. One of the things I took from this film - beneath every thinker is always a feeler. We can't help it! It is human.
I love how the characters are bright university students entering their inner and outer adulthood. It is a time of great possibility and growth, and I wish more characters like this were shown on screen. Visually, it is lovely - a soft color palette and gorgeous natural light. If you are a nature lover, get ready to see some sights that will catalyse your wanderlust! An insightful and tender film - one for the mind and heart!
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