One Day (2011)

A relationship that spans a couple of decades between two people, meeting once a year, each supporting its own needs. Each person’s individuality analyzed with coarse lines, one focussing on the superfluous aspects of social recognition, the other to internal needs of self-accomplishment. A love changing faces over the years, coming together and drifting apart while in parallel each is trying to find an appropriate companion…
Photography is excellent especially at the beginning and end of the film, the actors do convey the “truth” of their characters. A sensitive film with an essence of individuality.

My rating: 07/10

PS. Without reducing the value of the film, I did like ‘An Education‘ of Lone Scherfig much more…

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