The acting is stilted, the orchestral score too sentimental for my taste, and the storyline etched in obvious contours. James Gray's film The Immi...
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Simply put, Michael Haneke's Amour is an instant, harrowing classic about one of the most important issues of our time.
The instances in which she must lean on him depict a heroic dance of coupledom -- burdensome though it may be. There are several such scenes and they are dually painful and beautiful.
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