Still the Water (2014)

Not Rated   |    |  Drama, Romance


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On a subtropical island, a teenage couple deal with the interwoven cycle of life, death and love.


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21 December 2014 | niutta-enrico
10
| Futatsume no Mado: Kisses are the hallmark of love.
This film is about life and death and love, about existence itself. It talks to us from a far away island surrounded by the Ocean. Of course if you want to perceive such things you must open your mind, listen very carefully and most important you must take your time. Because the film goes slowly, with a pace we are not used to and that you could hate in the beginning or that could make you fall asleep.

Since most things pass through your eyes the director has to show you what you must see: trees, faces, waves… and the camera lingers on these things the time needed to make sure that your feelings are correctly oriented and you are ready to understand.

I'm not sure that everybody is going to like it. Me? Personally I loved it (after a while). And in the end I thought that the Author was correct about everything... for example: aren't kisses the hallmark of love?

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