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The movie opens up with two young brothers in the heart of an all-too-familiar scene of neglect. Raising their baby brother, as well as each other, in the absence of an alcoholic mother--the moments are heartbreakingly tender and sad. When an unspeakable tragedy occurs, you know that it will have long range emotional repercussions for the brothers. The film fast forwards to adulthood--and each brother is given a segment of the film in an overlapping narrative device. Both are still struggling and trying to put their lives back together.Read more ›
One wonders how they survived their own earliest years, and we are struck by their decency and their loving natures. Still again, it's no surprise when, as adults, neither has escaped the emotional demons that were born during childhood and adolescence.
As is often the case with abused children, their lives, at first blush, seem to have gone in opposite directions. One drinks large quantities of beer and lifts weights to better prepare him for a hard world where strength and toughness count. A working class Lad who lives a life of little promise and even less meaning. He remains, though, self-sufficient and durable, neither dependent nor despondent. Its easy to imagine that he could go on more or less indefinitely in much the same way -- little to lose and nothing much gained.
While it's not as clear as it might be, the younger brother has taken a different path. He looks and acts the part of a nerd, but one who has attained middle class status.Read more ›
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Submarino is a very dense and profound movie. It makes you wonder about the consequences of our actions and the limits of life. Read morePublished 7 months ago by Andres Vasquez
Brooding, but rewarding viewing.
Yes, it's about two brothers who were severely traumatized in childhood. Read more