42 of 44 people found the following review helpful
Blew me away,
This review is from: I Am Love [DVD] (2009) (DVD)
This is a different film where the language is much less important (in fact quite sparse) than the aesthetics of the visual impressions. It starts quite slow and the pace of the storytelling intensify until it ends in real crescendo, both the plot, the music and visually. It is dealing with passion and troublesome relationships.
In a way the film has biblical proportions. I saw it at the cinema and I think this is a film that is at its best here. No one in the audience even drew their breath at the end - it was complete silence for a good long time when the rolling titles came on. The music was also wonderful and so well adapted to the plot.
Different in a good way - watch it!