Subject: I have found a DVD that I think you would enjoy
Actors: Diana Kent, Susan Lynch, Paul Freeman, Eric van der Donk, Ann Bourroughs
Director: Tjebbo Penning
Genres: Indie & Art House, Drama, Mystery & Suspense
Julius morlang is a successful art photographer who has moved on after the tragic suicide of his wife ellen. He has found a new muse & lover in ann. But the past still haunts julius. The voice of his dead wife appears on h... more »
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Bits and Pieces
Artist & Author | Near Mt. Baker, WA | 01/08/2007
(1 out of 5 stars)
"I am not sure, but I think the moviemakers of this movie took all the scene cuts they'd made for the movie, threw them up into the air, then spliced them together as they picked them up and called that their movie.
To try to figure out what was supposed to be happening, I tried looking up the artist in this so-called true story, and could find nothing about him. So, I didn't have a book to read, or even a magazine article, to see what his life was like. I'd hoped if I knew a little something about him, I could make heads or tales of this movie.
Therefore, I conclude that this movie if for those types of people who like to read intellectual jibberish and claim they 'understand' it. Of the more than 3,000 movies in my collection, this one comes in near or even at the bottom in the editing category.
There are way too many good movies out there to waste time on this one. If you want super-excellent movies also put out by Mongrel Media, watch 'Somersault' or 'Eve & the Firehorses.'"
A Brilliant Work
S. M. King | 10/12/2009
(5 out of 5 stars)
"Dark and subtly woven, this artistic portrayal of an actual event deserves every accolade it's received, plus some. Rich and lush in its imagery, short in dialogue yet long in emotion, this film explores the vast landscape of aging and middle-aged love in all their permutations. Betrayal begets heartbreak and supressed fury as both artist and muse struggle through the treacherous hills and valleys of reconciliation. Its masterful conclusion leaves viewers grappling with the ultimate dilemma of "what would I have done?""