How were 'I'm Still Here' and 'Never Let Me Go'? 'A Town Called Panic' is awesome!
I'd describe both as interesting. I did find myself feeling extremely emotional at the end of Never let me go! The high point for me was seeing Clevedon Pier as it's one of my favourite places! A town called panic was a joy!
I need to see 'Never Let Me Go.' I've heard such mixed things about it, that I just need to see if for myself.
I think I'm definitely going to have to see 'Never Let Me Go'! Although, I'm nervous about emotional endings. Hahaaaaaa.
I would love to see Kamome diner! I love Japanese movies (other great Japanese movies are: The summer of Kikujiro, After life, and the original version of Shall we dance. Sublime movies, all of them!) Also, a town called panick/ panique au village: A belgian movie and I'm kind of embarrassed that I as a Belgian haven't watched it before... But, I've heard only good things about it!Viola
Ooo really wanna see A Town Called Panic!
a town called panic IS the greatest movie ever. i saw it at the cleveland film festival last year and i've been hooked ever since. it's literally pee your pants funny.
I liked Never Let Me Go.. I think.. even though it was all a bit strange/peculiar at the best of times. Great performances...
Seeing Never Let Me Go this weekend, will try to prepare myself emotionally!
If only I had the time!! If you have to choose the ONE I have to se witch one would it be??
The japanese film Kamomen shokudo is the one!
I too just saw never let me go. It was well done but would have skipped it if I knew what it was about it.
..if you fancy it