This is not a masterpiece, but it contains moments of rare beauty and its contemplation of life, death, regret, and memory has a subtle power. full review
I was moved and captivated throughout its 132 minutes. full review
What had been a realistic work, lyric but realistic, slides into ostentatious symbolism.
Angelopoulos has created another masterpiece, one that recalls such classics as Bergman's Wild Strawberries and Kurosawa's Ikiru. full review
Angelopoulos' meditation on the meaning of one man's life is genuinely hypnotic in its way of transcending ordinary narrative. full review