Written February 11, 2014
Magnificently photographed, well acted and a fascinating story depicting the emptiness of ennui, this movie shows the influence of Fellini but takes movie making to a new level.
Written January 17, 2014
The most gorgeous, disturbing film since Melancholia.
Written January 05, 2014
Some may say it moves slowly, but it is well worth the journey. The cinematography and music alone makes it worth watching. It's an extraordinarily well written, thought-provoking character driven piece of cinema.
Written April 07, 2014
This has not been updated with critics reviews and it won the Academy Award this year for best foreign film as well as awards or recognition from all of the major film festivals around the world. Get with it Fandango! I usually count on your opinion and this was a surprise.
Written November 14, 2013
not since Fellini have we seen such inventiveness. Apart from a spectacular and beautiful homage to Rome, the main character Jep along with his Catholic angst will remain with us long after the titles fade.