on Jan 30, 2007 @ 10:01 pm|
This is a brilliant movie! It is also a film festival movie. To be honest, when my friend first invited me to go see it, I wasn't too thrilled (also because the biggest fan of Alan RIckman). But this movie was SO GOOD. It was dramatic, and sad all at once. Sigourney Weaver is amazing.
Go see it...
|cool on Jan 30, 2007 @ 10:58 pm|
...weird I have never heard of it! I will definitely check it out. I notice there is a film festival section of movies in my neighbourhood video store...I will keep an eye out for this one. :o)
|Independent film on Jan 30, 2007 @ 11:12 pm|
It was more of an independent film. They did show it in theatres sometime around Christmas I think. I was actually surprised, because I didn't think they would have it on the big screen.
It was more of a low budgest flim. Really really good though. Honestly, I went in thinking that it was gonna be boring.I was totally wrong!
|LOVE! on Jan 31, 2007 @ 01:32 am|
I saw this movie twice at the film fest, and both times it was amazing.
Alan Rickman's performance was so subtle, and yet he conveyed so much pain, heartbreak, happiness, everything. I love that man!
Also, before this I'd only seen Sigourney Weaver in a few things - The Village, Alien and Aliens - seeing her play the role of an autistic woman made me respect her so much more - she's really an amazing actor.
Plus it was filmed entirely in Wawa, Ontario.
I'll admit, I wanted to see the movie only because Alan Rickman was in it, but it was so incredible - I can't even put it into words.
See, artist - it does pay to listen to me :)
|Good to know on Jan 31, 2007 @ 10:46 am|
Thanks for all the feeback ladies. I will definitely check it out. I am always looking for a good film to watch.