Nine Lives (2005)

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Nine Lives (2005). 1h 55m | K-11

“I too saw this film at the Sundance Film Festival and was very, very happy with it. Itu0026#39;s simply vignettes of nine womenu0026#39;s lives (with intercepting characters and mutual acquaintances), the people in their lives and more importantly the relationships in their lives. Theyu0026#39;re sad and sometimes not so sad, examples of the walls we build around ourselves in our relationships and how we feel bound to people or stuck in situations that we canu0026#39;t escape. Itu0026#39;s very well made, with each womenu0026#39;s vignette composed of one long 10-12 minute scene (no cuts). The dialogue is completely natural as are the actoru0026#39;s portrayalu0026#39;s of their characters, and the characters seem so real-life, so believably everyday. I couldnu0026#39;t say which story I enjoyed the most, but Robin Wright Penn and Jason Isaacu0026#39;s scene and relationship was especially poignant for me and I thought, amazingly acted. Overall this movie is great and I would recommend it to anyone who is a student of human nature or just in need of a moving film.”


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