Dave//Eksvplot wrote:No spoilers please.
Cranius wrote:I presume it's on at the Rio, Mark?
According to the video essay included in the home release, the filmmaker's name is pronounced NUR-EEE BILL-JAY JAY-LON. Did not know that.
Clyde wrote:Tonight I'm going to rock you tonight.
dabrasha wrote:That scene where the daughter served the guests and cops tea could have been maudlin crap, but it was done perfect. That was the moment it turned from good to great.
sparky wrote:Dave//Eksvplot wrote:*spoliers*
I'm stealing this typo, it is magnificent.
sparky wrote: So, *spoliers*:
Like the rest of you, the tea scene with the lamps and the young woman was a turn in the film for me. When the mayor called for his daughter I realised that no women had appeared in this film up until then. Would this be a film without women, would the director hide the daughter's face from us? Of course, when she turns up she is beautiful and the prosecutor, the doctor and the suspect all feel pain due to the different fates of their respective loves, all held secret: suicide, estrangement/exile and, most recently, separation due to an irrevocable crime. It's nice as it shows how one can turn a stranger into an icon for the desperate in disparate circumstances. When the prisoner cries I realised the serving of the tea might be the last moment of tenderness that he would ever encounter.
scott wrote:The letter C either sounds like a J, like in this case, or...
Haydon wrote:Upon it's finishing I was moved to talk down the older group beside me who had solely focused on the apparent crime narrative contained within.
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