DVD & Blu-ray review: To the Wonder (15)
Terrence Malick DVD/Blu-ray (113mins)
Friday 14 June 2013
Terrence Malick's meditation on love and the disintegration of a relationship wafts along to no particular purpose.
The auteur also takes a perverse pleasure in drowning out his leading man Ben Affleck, who is sidelined while Olga Kurylenko constantly spins around annoyingly. Yet, for all its pretension, drowned-out sound and lack of characterisation, this meditative drama still manages to be oddly moving.
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