Columbus (2017)

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A Korean-born man finds himself stuck in Columbus, Indiana, where his architect father is in a coma. The man meets a young woman who wants to stay in Columbus with her mother, a recovering addict, instead of pursuing her own dreams.

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  • Haley Lu Richardson in Columbus (2017)
  • Haley Lu Richardson in Columbus (2017)
  • Parker Posey and John Cho in Columbus (2017)
  • Haley Lu Richardson in Columbus (2017)
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24 May 2017 | sps-70659
| Opposites Attract (Part Way)
'Love story that involves not just human relationships but relationships between architecture' was its clunky presentation to Australian audiences. That would usually be enough to turn me off. But I needed soothing after the toxic excesses of 'Mulholland Drive', wheeled out again the same US movie festival.

Glad I gave it a spin. It very much moves at its own pace, but gets places in the end. Thoughtful M-F dialogue in beautiful settings almost lends this a Before Sunrise/Sunset vibe. But the different touch is that the man and woman are helping each other through to life's next staging posts, rather more so than falling for each other.

She cares too much about her mother. He too little for his father. The director actually includes a dialogue that states this central proposition directly. That too would usually be a turnoff, but is less so here given the genuine credits built up by then. Haley Lu Richardson, doing quite a different character to her recent turn in Edge of 17, shows an actorly maturity beyond her years.

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