An interesting view on a classical house of cards scenario.
The movie theater is this one place I go with the almost sole purpose of crying. And I get a bit disappointed every time that doesn't happen - which is more usual than not. Fortunately, it wasn't the case with "The Impossible". I cryed like a little girl, in a way that actually got me noticed by my fellow movie goers.
Before watching this film, I've checked out the documentary called "Tsunami, caught on camera" (boxd.it/sjY). It made a total…
A movie with so much to love. The story is simple, but told in such a brilliant way. It seems written with the mind of a young man who constantly recalls his even younger self, dealing with the discoveries of the female body, sexuality, love and, above all, the passion for beauty and the art that follows it.
Ben is unable to sleep for weeks after breaking up with his girlfriend. He finds a night shift job to fill in…