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The pace was slow but smooth, every gesture with meaning, and the shots well framed and beautiful.
I actually liked the movie going in even though it was unpleasant but at the end it had me upset and the end does not make sense.
It gives a glimpse as to what happens when there is an alleged cure, and how fellow pilgrims in a tour group react to a cure.
Outstanding film,excellent acting.
Music was suburb.
I enjoyed it .
A story for the thinking adult.Outstanding film,excellent acting.
Music was suburb. Read more
This fictional film is about a modern-day paralyzed pilgrim's experience at Lourdes. This particular pilgrim was not deeply devout or religious. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Bernadette Koontz
I bought a copy of this movie after seeing it on a DVD that the local library had.
Though I don't collect movies, this is one to watch again sometime soon because the story is... Read more
An intimate look at the ambivalent and contested nature of miracles, pilgrimage and sacred sites. The film discloses with ethnographic precision the inner and outer conflicts... Read morePublished on March 7, 2012 by Mihnea
You know the town of Lourdes and its religious background. The seemingly simple story of the third film of Austrian director Jessica Hausner ("Lovely Rita" and "Hotel") takes place... Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Tsuyoshi
Why does God favor some and not others? This seems to be the question this movie asked. The movie is not preachy but seems to be made with a wider audience in mind. Read morePublished on February 18, 2012 by Nexus
Another venomous portrayal by the shallow ignorant airheads of filmmaking that presents the religious as shallow, ignorant, simple-minded, jealous, depraved, grotesquely selfish,... Read morePublished on January 31, 2012 by Edward J. Baker
There's a certain ambiguity to the questions raised in Lourdes by Austrian director Jessica Hausner, but it's that not Lourdes is too respectful of its subject or wary of causing... Read morePublished on April 27, 2011 by Keris Nine