February 2, 2013
Close ups, and walking... and running...
... was how the majority of the movie was filmed. VERY EARLY in the movie, we clearly understand that there are mental health issues, and that both characters have very flat affects. However, Through until the end, the camera captures the same blank stares (again, feeling the need to highlight already-flat faces), lingering long and close, and known behavior differences - differences from the rest of us that is. I felt that with all of the running and walking, this movie should have taken us somewhere (realistic).
I gave it a so-so because of Robert DiNero's performance - not sure who played his wife, but she was great, as well.
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