|Title||:||To All the Boys I've Loved Before Full Movie|
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|Genres||:||Comedy , Romance|
We came to a point when my heart just ached to think of what it must be like to think that every time we got to "To All the Boys I've Loved Before" we were left in absolute awe, stunned, awed and numb. When I said I was sick of love stories, I didn't mean that the genre is obsolete; it's just not how I prefer to live.
When we first started this movie, it was with the best intentions of capturing the spirit of a story with an interesting plot. But once we started to write the script, we realized that we were going to have to write one of the most satisfying love stories in the history of cinema. We really wanted to prove a point, but we didn't know what that point was, so we just didn't know how to proceed.
It just so happened that I had just watched a documentary about short movies (which you can find online), and I really liked some of the entries, and for me, that movie was, I believe, 'Ed Wood'. So after the filming of 'To All the Boys I've Loved Before' was complete, my brother and I spent the next few days in a film festival watching other movies. One of those movies was 'Hiroshima Mon Amour', which have only one truly amazing scene, and that is when Agata is being tortured by Marlon Brando. My brother told me that the actors in that movie, Giancarlo Esposito and Marcia Gay Harden, were just excellent in it.
After our trip to the film festival, I got word that the distributor for the Serie Cannes had ordered the entire film to be screened. There were only a handful of places in the entire world which screened the film, and it was unfortunate that it didn't get any press. But we were lucky because it didn't get any pick up until The Hollywood Reporter called it a week later, and then it became a worldwide sensation.
This movie had everyone on the planet in awe. It was the most fascinating, exciting, exciting movie I've ever seen, and I also think that it's a good movie for all lovers of cinema. That movie opens with an amazing sequence where Marlon Brando is seen talking to his director about the most amazing part of their scene in 'Stroszek', which is when Marlon told Michel that he'd be having a better performance than Leonardo DiCaprio in 'The Aviator'.
As the movie unfolds, you realize that it's not a movie at all, it's a documentary, and we didn't even realize it. After Marlon's character passes away and Agata is reunited with her dead husband's twin brother, you realize that the documentary is so much more than a documentary. I feel that it's very much a life story, but it's also a story that you shouldn't just look at the one angle and then decide if it's worth it or not.
There are two things I thought made the movie a true masterpiece, and these were a German man (played by Christoph Waltz) who was a messenger for Hitler, and the relationship between the German singer and Agata. Both these scenes just seemed real to me, and were a great help in the storytelling of the movie.
I've never seen this movie in its entirety but I'm very glad that I did. I know that my friends, who have seen the movie together, haven't even seen half of it, and you'll be seeing my review of it next week when the final cut of the movie is released.
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