Three sentence movie reviews: After the Wedding
Jacob, manager of an orphanage in India, must go to Denmark to procure more money, and, as it turns out, have some secrets revealed to him. I liked tracking how my judgement and loyalties shifted the more I learned. Contains a lot of close-ups of sad/upset people, but captured in a very open and loving way.
Cost: free from library
Where watched: at home
(I love the Danish name: Efter Brylluppet)
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This was on my to-watch list for a long time but I never got around to seeing it. Seems doubtful that I ever will, although I’ve really begun to appreciate Mads Mikkelsen after watching the first season of Hannibal. He was chilling.
He has a really good name!
Sadness rendered beautifully is lovely. But likely not something that will call me in. It is a good name!