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Rebecca (Eva Green) and Thomas (Matt Smith) had a winning formula. Reunited childhood sweethearts, they overcame every obstacle which stood in their way but now comes their biggest challenge; can they overcome death? When Thomas dies suddenly, Rebecca struggles to live in a world without him. Consumed by desperation she even contemplates the idea of cloning. Can she bring Thomas back once more? Will she be able to live with the consequences if she does? More importantly, will anyone discover her shocking secret?
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Very simple plot, and the dialogues (as a script) I think only took couple of pages for the whole two hours movie. Everything is in the acting of Eva Green.
Rebecca and Thomas are two kids that spend a wonderful summer together. Rebecca's mom moves to Japan. Twenty years later Rebecca comes back to get reunited with Thomas. They spend some really good times together, but suddenly Thomas dies (the scene is pretty gruesome and very realistic). Rebecca decides in spite of Thomas's parents to use Thomas's cells to clone Thomas and get pregnant. She succeds and then we follow the new Thomas with his overprotective mom for about twenty years. Of course we can feel that there is more than motherly love expressed towards Thomas, especially as he gets older. The young Thomas is probably a better actor than the older Thomas.
This is a movie for great actors and Eva Green definitely is up to par!
This is the kind of a movie that you can watch again and again and each time you will see small details that you didn't pay attention during the previous viewing. Definitely deserves five stars. Still wondering why Eva Green is not featured in more movies. Terrific actrice!
The also tried to have an element of the story where she and the child were ostracized by other families because of what she did, but it was not clear that she ever told anyone what she did, and how anyone else would have ever known. The last thing that bugged me was that the film tried to show the complex nature of the relationship between the characters with lack of dialog. Nobody in the film really said anything, literally and figuratively.
I don't think it is a bad movie, but it could have been a lot better. It just lacked in the execution and the details.
I received this BD two days ago. Upon opening the padded shipping envelope, I observed that the Blu-Ray's case clearly indicates that this is specifically a Region-B-only disc.
Without opening the disc's factoty-sealed wrapping, I immediately contacted the seller (DaaVeeDee) via Amazon, to inform them of the mistake. They quickly responded that "Despite the Zone information indicated on the back cover of the BD case, our UK suppliers have assured us that this BD is Zoned A/B/C (Zone Free) and should play on a standard Blu-ray player in the US", and that I should "Please try playing the Blu-ray and let us know if it doesn't work."
Upon opening its case, the Blu-Ray disc itself is clearly labeled "B". Nothing else.
And accordingly, thirty seconds after loading it into my driver-updated, Region-A Philips Blu-Ray player (on which I AM able to play all of my clearly-labeled "Region A/B/C" Blu-Ray discs), I got a "Mode Not Supported" message on the screen. I allowed this message to run for five minutes, just to see if anything would change. Nothing did.
I again contacted the seller, advising them to make the UK distributor aware of the incorrectness of their statement, and to also ask them whether or not there is, in fact, an actual A/B/C version of this BD in existence.
The seller's reply to me was "...please accept our apologies. Please return the BD back to us for a refund."
Considering the fact that I have been looking forward to obtaining this very important (and expensive) Blu-Ray title for some time now -- and that it apparently is NOT available in a Region-A/B/C version -- I have decided that rather than returning it, I will be purchasing an all-region Blu-Ray player instead. Probably not the most desirable or inexpensive short-term resolution to this dilemma, but in the long run... I'll never have this sort of problem again.