Dear Wendy (2005)

Not Rated   |    |  Comedy, Crime, Drama


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A young boy in a nameless, timeless American town establishes a gang of youthful misfits united in their love of guns and their code of honor.


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4 June 2005 | mortween
9
| The most under appreciated player in the league!
This flick, with its subtle views on America's obsession with weapons, is likely not going to be a crowd pleaser. One of the main reasons for this is the films use of highly symbolic mise-en-scene takes several viewings to fully appreciate. Another reason for the let down is that some might be inclined to want more action for a movie that centralizes on guns.

However, this movie is brilliant. The shot composition, the editing, the acting-this movie is very well pieced together. Also, as for the meaning of the movie, it goes in a direction that is a really provocative and fresh. I would highly recommend that you give this movie a chance, and keep an open mind. I have never been a fan of the director of this film or the writer, but I was deeply pleased by this film.

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