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Endearing turns from both of the young girls, the neighbor of the aunt, and the grandmother, but all do a fine job.
It is a film about particular children but one that has universal appeal, touching everyone who has experienced the fear of abandonment at one time or another.
It's a very moving film but it ends in a way that left me feeling I'd still like to go along with the girls watching time pass.
Beautifully filmed and acted; understated, with children's viewpoints foregrounded. Take a look!Published 1 month ago by Film Fan
Very bittersweet and endearing story...I watched it with my mother, who was from Korea. Adorable little girls, well made film.Published 18 months ago by R. MALLON
I sent this video straightaway to my oldest daughter, as I knew she would like it as well as I did. I must ask for it back, as I want to watch it again , asn send it to another... Read morePublished 20 months ago by paul ashbrook
I'm not usually a crier, but this one really got to me. I loved the little girls, especially the older one. I watched it on cable several times and loved it more every time. Read morePublished 20 months ago by Dolores
The movie was alright. I kept waiting for something to happen and it never did. It's also always difficult to see children getting treated badly. Read morePublished on January 27, 2013 by Chelsea
<strong>Treeless Mountain</strong> (So-yong Kim, 2008)
Not long ago I reviewed a failed-potential coming-of-age film called <em>Trees Grow Tall and Then They... Read more
the directing is exceptional - at no point do the girls look like they are acting...sensitive rendering I was completely engrossed in this unforgettable filmPublished on May 26, 2012 by kneidles
When children are shuffled from family member to family member, it is too often told with good guys and bad guys. Read morePublished on May 17, 2012 by Chris
For most of this film, the camera stays focused on the faces of two little girls.
Somehow, through their actions and reactions, I knew every setting in this exceptional... Read more
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Quite a bit of dialogue in films is done in voice-over later and synchronized to match the video (both Robert Rodriguez and Joe Queenan talk about this process in their respective books about making movies, and in the documentary 'American Movie' there's a hilarious scene with an old man where... Read More
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