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There is a bond formed when four orphans meet at a crematorium where their parents are being turned to ash and the respective funerals are being held. Soon they decide to turn their anger, grief or loss into expression by forming a band. The group soon has fans, reviews, criticism and a social media reputation. However, seeing that they are left alone in life they push to forge their own path and not be followers. —aghaemi
A Reminder that feelings aren't simple
Saying this movie was amazing would an understatement. It's a reminder to people that feelings aren't as fast as light and and sometimes we won't know that they are there right away. It also perfectly portrays how some kids react to death. An incredible detail I noticed is how the camera often tilts around character during their monologues the same way a child would lose focus when talking to an adult. This is the type of film you need to see at least once in your life. It's incredible to see a movie take on darker themes in a way anyone could understand.
- Jul 11, 2020
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