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360 2011

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360 is a kaleidoscope of interconnected love and relationships linking characters from different cities and countries in a vivid, suspenseful and deeply moving tale of romantic life in the 21st century. Starting in Vienna, the film beautifully weaves through Paris, London, Bratislava, Rio, Denver and Phoenix into a single, mesmerizing narrative. Directed by Academy Award® nominee Fernando Meirelles (City of God, The Constant Gardener, Blindness), from an original screenplay by Academy Award® nominee Peter Morgan (Frost/Nixon, The Queen, The Last King of Scotland), 360 features an international ensemble cast including Anthony Hopkins, Rachel Weisz, Jude Law and Ben Foster.

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Ben Foster, Rachel Weisz
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  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 53 minutes
Starring Ben Foster, Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins
Director Fernando Meirelles
Genres Drama, Romance
Studio ARTIFICIAL EYE
Rental release 14 January 2013
Main languages English
Subtitles English
Discs
  • Feature ages_15_and_over
Runtime 1 hour 53 minutes
Starring Ben Foster, Rachel Weisz, Jude Law, Anthony Hopkins
Director Fernando Meirelles
Genres Drama, Romance
Studio ARTIFICIAL EYE
Rental release 14 January 2013
Main languages English
Hearing impaired subtitles English

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By Mark Barry HALL OF FAMETOP 50 REVIEWERVINE VOICE on 16 Feb. 2014
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In the bar of Budapest's Steigenberger Hotel a handsome British Executive Michael Daly (Jude Law) is staring down into a whiskey as he waits for someone. A Slovakian woman arrives at the bar and orders red wine - dressed well enough to get in but sexily enough to be obviously open for business (a fantastic Lucia Siposova). Just as Michael is about to make a mistake that will threaten his marriage to Rose (his beautiful wife played by Rachel Weisz) - two smarmy businessmen he'd met with earlier in the day arrive to renegotiate a deal (one of whom is Peter Morgan the writer in a cameo). They notice both Michael and the hooker he was heading towards. As they condescendingly look her up sex ratings on the net - Michael takes a mobile phone call from his tiny daughter at home who wants a dog.

In Paris - Algerian Jamel Debbouze obsessively follows an employee lady friend from the back seat of a taxi desperately wanting to tell her of his passion. In the USA a tattooed imprisoned convict (about to get out) talks to his parole office about his urges towards young girls he now feels he has under control (a stunning Ben Foster).

A bereaved English father (Anthony Hopkins) meets another stray young lady on a plane and at the airport after they land - John worries that she (like his daughter) may become another victim. A brutish but essentially decent Ukrainian driver listens to language CDs in his car as Sergei dreams of better things than the whiplash tongue of his odious boss...

The structurally complicated "360" ploughs the same world-citizen territory of 2006's "Babel" with its ten different stories converging on each other and is equally brilliant for it.
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Average film. The characters are relatable in some ways but it does take a while to see how they all link together. Storyline also is a bit weak as i think it starts off to staggered and messy and is rushed at the end.
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The major issue with this rather disjointed movie (great soundtrack though) is that the SUBTITLES ARE TOTALLY USELESS as only one phrase in four actually shows on the screen. Saw this on TV and ALL the subtitles were present. This issue has been highlighted by previous purchasers, and has not been resolved. You NEED THE SUBTITLES to catch the subtleties of the characterisations.....or learn Russian, French, Czech, Spanish etc first. DON'T BUY THIS VERSION.
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Bratislava, London, Paris, Denver are the main locations where characters of this movie directly or indirectly interact with each other and influence each other's lives. The underlining theme of this movie is infidelity and you'll have the 360 view of how it impacts lives of individuals or families. If it's the British family, American divorcee, Brazilian couple or Russian husband and wife.

My issue with this movie is that I don't like any of the characters. I don't understand their motives, I don't feel their pain, I don't want them to feel better, I simply don't care about them. The plot is uninteresting. Some of the acting is absolutely terrible. Good performances by Hopkins and Foster but that's about it.

The movie connects people from different countries and different cultures. But it does not take any advantage of it. The Russians could have been Greek, the American could have been Japanese, the Slovaks could have been Croatian etc. It's all a bit random and confused. Missed opportunity.
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I imagine this is titled 360 because "Ring" and "It's a Small World" were already taken. 360 involves a number of disjointed stories that have a way of intersecting or not. There are many indie films out there that do this, some work better than others. The ones that work have quirky stories that hold our interest. This one does not. The stories consist of an escort, infidelity, a sex offender, a man looking for his missing daughter, and a Russian. There may be a few more.

The Denver airport was filmed in Minnesota, apparently they figured no one travels enough to either place to notice. While the acting wasn't bad, the stories were presented in a mundane fashion. One of the problems with the film is that you know in advance the story will circle back so you spend your time concentrating on how it is going to do that rather than try to take in what is on the screen.

If you like intersecting indie films, try Jason Freeland's "Garden Party" a modest production which I enjoyed more than this film.

Guide: F-bomb, sex, and nudity. It had some of each, but really didn't dwell on it.
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An intriguing human drama of the seemingly everyday world mixed with the unseen lives of a select few people you might see all around you
Thought provoking... you may enjoy this. Anthony Hopkins and Jude Law aren't going to do a film which isn't good. This is a grown ups film and a quality BBC Films / Artificial Eye production. "You only live once - how many chances do we get?"
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Those people with HOH problem might like to know that ENGLISH SUB-TITLES are eliminated when the actors speak English... which is very often....and are only included when foreign languages are spoken. It is about time that ARTIFICIAL EYE ended this on going practice with their releases as there are many people of ALL ages who have hearing problems and would appreciate English SUB-TITLES whatever language is being rendered...FOR ALL THE FILM .
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