Blue Skies Are a Lie (1995)

Comedy, Drama


The story of the relationship between a friendly postwoman and a man who finds the world so distasteful that he has has not left his apartment for seven years. Joseph spends his time ... See full summary »


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15 September 2005 | denise-georgiou
10
| Hidden Treasure
This is one of the most underrated movies of Hollywood and it's such a shame. The writing and Directing are superb! Blue Skies are a Lie stars Keith Brunsmann and is incredible. If you are looking for a real movie without the Hollywood extra added sauces, this is the movie for you. It's very difficult to find it, but it is worth the find. It is a pure and very realistic movie. For me, who is a self proclaimed major critic, it's probably one of the best movies I've seen come out of Hollywood. There is no swearing (not that I'm a prude) and no sex (ditto as the last comment); It is the true essence of what film should be.....it does not need to add any distractions like swearing, special effects or sex to be great (no 3 "S"'s here). It hold's it's weight and is terrific. Keith, who I was lucky enough to hang out with at the Vancouver International Film Festival back when the movie premiered, is not only a doll in person, but he is a great actor who I find very underrated and I am very surprised he has not made it big yet; his time will come! This is a must see movie for serious movie goers who are tired of watching the same old come out of Hollywood.

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