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March 19, 2010

No Puedo Vivir Sin Ti

Director - Leon Dai

Genre - Drama

This is a story about love. Not the kind Nicholas Sparks writes but the immeasurable love between a father and daughter. Elegant and effective, with cinematography so artfully moving it may well rekindle a passionate bonfire for black and white features, this is certainly a cineast's must-see. Some say a parent's love for a child can never be described completely in words or pictures. We used to think so too, until this movie came into our lives. A fitting tribute to fathers everywhere and a stark reminder to appreciate their undying sacrifices.


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siutou_amy said...

ugh, wasn't it so so sad?
the father and daughter relationship was heartbreaking.

1minutefilmreview said...

Yes it was sad but it didn't go overboard at all. There was always a hint of hope throughout the picture. What is important, the love between the dad and kid felt authentic. It felt solid. A bond which would never be broken no matter how much their world changes.