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I was invested from beginning to end. I won't waste time with spoilers, but I like a good action movie, a good thriller amp; a good mystery. This was not an action based movie, but it was like Folger's coffee; "good 'til the last drop"!Unlike so many movies today, this one managed to hold your attention based on the story line. It did not rely on "unnecessary" sex scenes, nudity or obscenity. Just a good movie all the way around.As a person who has lived a lot of years and has seen an awful lot of movies, I have to say there was something in this film that I never quite experienced before. Most movie and TV dramas tend to give themselves away long before their denouement, long before their intended narrative conclusionary section. In large part, I think that's because authors feel compelled to put a lot of stuff into a very limited time on screen. Hence, the point toward which things are being driven can be felt early, and some effort has to me made by the audience not to experience premature spoiler alerts. The incredible thing here was its life-like pacing. In part the anticipation of where the arc was going was camouflaged by the time lapse breakup of temporal sequence, taking you back and forth into elements of the story-- a genuine achievement for its author/director. But especially spectacular was the acting. In real life, only things that have actually happened tell you where things are going-- sometimes! That's why in real life we always get hit right between the eyes when so much of the stuff we live through finally in fact arrives. In movies, however, there is powerful what I would call "script propulsion": things seem to gather first and then, when a critical mass is reached, they happen. This enhances anticipation and provides the audience a certain sense of satisfaction when things turn out as they were supposed to. But not in this film. It captured the dull thud anguish or real life, the way things go OK until a totally unexpected thud hits. I never knew where this thing was going, or why, until it happened. This was very emotionally disconcerting, making me wish for some sort of commercial so I could put the think on pause and go off to do something else. BUT I NEVER DID!!! It held me the way I'm held when I'm doing a psychotherapy session. The humanity of it all holds you down, in as unrecognizable a fashion as gravity holds us to the earth. All I know, I was moving from event to event, events that all stood out, NOT because they had to occur for the story to make sense or end in a way that would give satisfaction to the audience's sense of storytelling, but because they happened. There was no reason why the story had to move in the way it did, it just did. This is very hard to produce, and it is more likely in very long novels. And to return to the actors, none of this sense of things having happened only because they did could have come across had their performances not been spectacular. Like the left leg show when Kidman and Ejiofor were running up a set of outdoor stairs: I was at first inclined to choke that up to a bit of Kidman's compulsive "for the troops" exhibitionism, but that feeling went away very quickly when I realized that her drenched sexualness was meant to be in stark contrast to Julia Roberts' full commitment to a complete "over the hill" female persona. Roberts' mother-daughter scene around the girl's dating a 22 y/o was another spectacular piece: Roberts looked younger and less drawn in that moment-- after all, it took place prior to the horror point of the emerging eventuality of the film-- but still as prudishly ambivalent around sexuality (just enough to have happened rather than being a mere fallout from the type of character the film was trying to tell us she was) as one might expect between mother and daughter. Roberts was indeed caught in a moment of struggle that every parent goes through when a daughter presents herself as a sexual object. I was struck more by the kind of good relationship there seemed o exist between mother and daughter, more than by the ugly/smearing-of-the-moment thought that the guy she might be going out with might be her Murderer (which it could not really have been). Finally, I loved the respectfully subtle way the ever-emergent love relationship between Ejiofor and Roberts got played out. One never knew whether the problem keeping them apart was her ambitiousness, their relative class status, race, or what. After years of adult interactions with women at work that might or might not lead to something (or should or should not be risked starting), I could well recognize the polite saraband that occurs in real life these days of sexual harassment lawsuits and complaints, particularly when there are real feelings there-- and such a mature and respectful rendering could NEVER have been written by any writer-director who supplies his libido via the casting couch. All in all, this was for me at my age an outstandingly ADULT movie that teenagers would surely find too lacking in testosterone jags. I am most grateful for the grown-up experience it provided, causing me even to accept the painfully ambiguous ending that left many strands flowing in the wind-- all because, even the end, JUST HAPPENED. Thank you Billy Ray and actors for an adult collection of happenings that didn't get an Oscar (or even an Oscar nomination), but sure did get my five stars on Amazon, N.
I liked this movie a lot. Very believable, disturbing tragedy. A parent's worst nightmare. The unexpected twist in the plot caught me completely off guard. This movie is a chance to see Julia Roberts not just a "Pretty Woman" but serious actress taking on a dramatic role.Julia's looking very plain in this movie......amazing how she can transform herself into a beauty. Good movie and great acting by all.
Story was horrific and tragic and the actors played their part beautifully and believable. The bad guy paid the price!!!!! Highly recommend!!!
First movie of Julia Roberts where I forgot it was her playing the role. IMHO an actor that can make you not think about them, but the character instead is the mark of excellence in acting. That said, I have always like her movies.