backtrack; Hiroshima mon amour (1959)

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Different, pretentious, and lyrical on war and love, subtly drifting between equally elusive presence and reminiscence. Partly beautiful, evocative, and haunting – partly confused, slow, and boring. 

Intellectual? Definitely. Important? You bet. In my book? I’m not sure… 

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