100 Movies before we move: #69
Amazing scenery and emotional acting. A love story of separation and the unknown. 8/10.
I don’t know how I feel about this film – the scenery was gorgeous, the acting was on point, the characters and situations were engaging … but there was no resolution. I guess it was a tale of longing? Two people, who are used to being solo operators, meet and fall for each other … what happens when their solo lives cut them off from each other? It’s hard to know what the message (if any) was here, and that makes it harder to like it more. 7/10.