The Place of No Words
- 1h 35min
Very unusual film that at first I thought might be too 'New Age' but turned out to be a moving, gentle and philosophical representation of a loving family (as it happens, played by a real-life mother, father and child) coping with impending death. 5-year-old Bhodi (character name and real name) is an entrancing actor, and I just found the whole film to be very calming. It deals with impending death without become maudlin or self-pitying and is a great antidote to the wham-bam trash that pass themselves off as films nowadays.
- Dec 17, 2020
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