I tried to prepare myself, but I still wasn’t ready. Maybe it’s because I’ve lost my father since I last watched this in October, but everything just clicked for me this time. It’s the little moments that got me. Where Calum clearly is off in his own little world trapped inside his mind but tries to hide it so his daughter can enjoy her vacation. I’ve seen the similar look from my own dad many times, the blank stare clearly…
“You don’t know how painful it is to want to love someone.”
The Four Seasons is without a doubt one of my grandpa’s most underrated movie. He writes, directors and stars in this movie about three couples who go on vacations with each other during each season.
The film is really sentimental and human. My grandpa’s intention with making this movie was to show that friendship goes 5rough seasons as well. There’ll always be ups and downs. Sometimes people will be…
I hadn’t known who Zar Amir Ebrahimi was until last week when I saw Holy Spider. She blew me away with her performance in that movie movie and continues to do so here. What an incredible, talented actress! The movie itself felt a bit too structurally ordinary, something we’ve seen many times before, but it’s Ebrahimi’s performance that makes the movie work! The little girl who plays her daughter is wonderful as well!
I really liked this! It reminded me of Beau Travail sprinkled with a hint of Full Metal Jacket. It’s an intense character study on the inner working of training inside a military base in Mexico. Well shot, edited and effortlessly acted. That ending was pretty tense. A short but powerful film.