A "Small" Cinematographic Jewel - Entertaining & Educational
Elizabeth J. | 01/06/2006
(5 out of 5 stars)
"I watched the film too and I think to it as a small jewel. It is the best representation and explanation of the disorder bulimia ever portrayed in a movie. It is not a movie for unsophisticated people; this is clearly one of the best independent films finally produced by Canadians. The television style that the director has purposely used accompanied by the acting of a group of extremely talented people - especially Christina Macris and Nelida Nin - are making for a unique combination. The author has reached the difficult goal to make art and entertainment using science and education as subjects.
The one limitation of the film is that it requires intelligent viewers who can understand the problem of today's young people as well as the art of filmmaking.
I also found a well written and compelling review of the film published in the premiere issue of Daria! magazine. This can be read on the magazine's web site at www.dariamagazine.com - The review is titled "Edgy and Timely, Bruno Pischiutta's "...Maybe?" Asks All the Hard Questions..." (Page 36 to 39)."
Don't Waste Your Time
John Larson "red" | 12/29/2005
(1 out of 5 stars)
"This is absolutely, bar none, the worst movie I have ever seen. The acting and directing is atrocious. This is really a badly acted and directed film. I wouldn't even call it directing. A 2 year old could have done better."