A smart script and some amazing acting keep this quirky philosophical movie running at a good pace.
An intriguing premise is pretty much squandered on a finale that’s derivative and underwhelming.
A haunting and ominous treatise on memory, space, death, and sin.
House of Flying Daggers has moments of brilliance that are simply unmatched.
No doubt about it, Innocence is a very impressive work, but I’m lefting wanting even more.
The film moves with such quiet grace and sublimity that I found myself completely arrested throughout.