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Plot: Inspired by Arthur Schnitzler's classic La Ronde, screenwriter Peter Morgan and director Fernando Meirelles' 360 combines a modern and dynamic roundelay of stories into one, linking characters from different cities and countries in a vivid, suspenseful and deeply moving tale of love in the 21st century. Starting in Vienna, the film beautifully weaves through Paris, London, Bratislava, Rio, Denver and Phoenix into a single, mesmerizing narrative. Runtime: 115 mins Release Date: 08 Sep 2011
A beautifully crafted film with stellar performances. I recommend to everyone (by angelicaronald)
360 is a beautifully made film that oozes class and tells us something about where we are at as human beings in the 21st century. The film makers and actors should be applauded for this huge achievement. The Cast are made up of fine actors from around the world and headed by sympathetic and unshowy performances from Anthony Hopkins, Rachel Weisz and Jude Law. Ensemble films like this don't always work, but in the hands of a master director such as Meirelles, Peter Morgan's script comes to life in a vivid and evocative way. I love the way the story progresses from one pair of <more>
characters to the next and the cinematography is superb. Verticals and horizontals are crisply defined and move into split-screen that unites the stories. 360 is a film with real heart and real purpose made by real talent.
'Everything comes full circle.' Fascinating and Challenging, a Cinematic Treasure (by gradyharp)
Brazilian director Fernando Meirelles City of God, Blindness, The Constant Gardner, etc once again demonstrates how far away from reality his films can take us, but at the same time how closely he can examine human foibles so that rather than being a spectator he involves the viewer into squirming through our own errors of assignations, past, present and future. The screenplay for this extended psychological thriller is by Peter Morgan Longford, The Queen, Frost/Nixon. The Last King of Scotland, etc and yet both men attribute the inspiration to Arthur Schnitzler's 1897 play La Ronde <more>
A perfect film about lives that are being beautifully, and painfully, lived. (by the-positive-mushroom)
This, and the previous few reviews I've looked up, have sadly convinced me that IMDb is no longer a credible source for judging 'review scores'.This films absolutely nails it! If you've reached 45yrs old, as I have , and made a life, and ruined a life...and made others' lives...and ruined others' lives... then your rating is valid. If, aged 45, you choose to rate this film less than 9 then you've wasted your one single life of 45yrs.I haven't wasted mine. I've stared down loaded gun barrels into the cold eyes of drunken robbers. I've loved. I've <more>
dashed myself against the madcap rocks of tear-soaked love. I've hurt. I've laughed at those who have been weak enough to dare to dash themselves against my steel resistance...and, in time, life has taught me through my heartfelt pain, my utter, utter, folly.I've had it all whilst blocking what I deep down knew was love. Yes, true friendship survives and matters...but the beating heart of true love has fallen...NO!... been pushed... through my, cursed angry fingers. It is my curse and one I will take to the grave.Every scene in this film is acutely 'spot on'. The acting is without fault. The interwoven lives are 'spot on'. The tale is without fault....as I said, if you rate it less than 9, the weakness is your lack of "life experience". The failure is yours, and yours alone.
this beautifully performed by all the cast, needless to say it's always a pleasure watching some HOPKINS' MOMENTS. i would definitely recommend this movie, although i think it would be really appreciated after a deuxiÃ¨me read-watch. by the way excellent sound and music.
This is the film that "Crash" wanted to be. (by Rolly_Dodger)
360 is the film that "Crash" wanted to be. Unlike the overt manipulations of "Crash", 360 is a slow burn with a deft sleight of hand.Rather than leading you along with neon coloured sign-posts, lets your mind do a lot of the driving. Shot in a muted, bluish pallet, the gorgeous cinematography captures the attention, while your imagination is allowed to build up steam. It doesn't demand your attention, it flirts with it. I found that refreshing.The first few plot twists put my brain was on alert, trying to predict where the stories would lead. All the while the tension <more>
360 is a kaleidoscope movie of which holds a tension I liked very much. The film immediately grabbed my attention, and the longer into the movie the more interesting it gets. The film is about both choices, lust and the need of love. A sort of life travel on the dark side, or maybe more like on the unhappy side, meeting people, connecting coincidentally. People who wants to start new lives. We see both the bad and more sympathetic sides of these people in a way that I haven't seen done so complex and interesting ever before. My thoughts here went to the Oscar winning "A <more>
separation". We start off in Vienna, where a Slovakian woman is getting photographed for a escort girl website. From there we move around the world with meeting people from around the world in stories which are becoming interconnected spoken in a lot of languages. Bratislava, Paris, London, Phoenix, Colorado...He film is full of such strong actors and performances that it's almost a reason of it's on to watch this movie. The film manages us to connect with all these people in very short time. Impressive. Which actor does the greatest role here, is difficult to say, but it is impossible to not mention Anthony Hopkins and Jude Law. Electric performances. But Imust say they are all really great, every single one of them. Vladimir Vdovinchenkov, Danica Jurcova, Gabriela Marcincova... In a very international cast. Brilliant cast, brilliantly instructed.When this film doesn't get a 10 from me is only because I wanted to know more about the ones we weren't seeing in the end. More could have been made out of it in the end, though I understand that is quite difficult in such a complex told story. I also though the music was not well suited all the way. Some is working. But half of it is very far from what I would have chosen.The writer of this script is Peter Morgan which I have recently discovered is the writer behind a lot of awesome movies. Amongst these are The last king of Scotland, Frost/Nixon, The Queen, Longford, Hereafter, The damned United, Henry VIII, and the upcoming Rush. What a screenplay writer!A gem if you like a mosaic of life story, well acted, but far from a popcorn movie. It needs your attention along the way. It deserves your attention.If you like this, or film like this, I would recommend the following: Crash, Hawaii Oslo, Grand Canyon, Mr. Nobody and The Dead Girl. All great kaleidoscope movies showing the mosaic of life.
I ran across 360 by chance and really enjoyed it. Yet, when searching for more information in internet the generic title proved difficult to google. After some clicking things started to unfold: the same author directed City of God and the movie is a loose adaptation of one Arthur Schnitzler's play. Although i can't say much about the latter, the former impressed me even more since i've enjoyed that movie, as well.The cast is brilliant with famous actors popping in and out of view and blending discreetly with otherwise great performance of less known colleagues. We effortlessly <more>
move with them across cities, countries and continents as it otherwise is the case in globally interconnected world at the start of the 21st century.The more i think about 360 the more interesting details i discover in retrospect. Probably the strongest message is that there is a good seed even in the worst of us. The other is that we all eventually get what we want but some of us also get what they deserve.What i particularly enjoyed is that a lot of things are either foreshadowed or left unsaid. This gives room for viewer's imagination to kick in, which, in turn, is rather uncommon in the era of realism and boredom in movies with artistic tendencies.To sum it up, the only reason my vote is two stars shy of the best note is that i understand how this kind of movie might not be everyone's cup of tea.
As the beginning of the story goes, life will eventually present us with two possible directions: the one we choose to follow is for no one but us to decide. "360" is the latest movie by Fernando Meirelles, a man with some good achievements under his belt. And taking life in its pure existence is a great source of inspiration for his work, where it is hard not to relate to. This time Meirelles brings us a beautiful concocted plan where some aspects of daily life are put into context, mixing different Nationalities and aspirations, dreams and sometimes tragedies that come together <more>
full circle, as the title itself states. It is moving, but never funny. Intelligent and simple, granting almost two hours of reflective observation that may teach us one thing or another. All stories are able to stand alone for themselves, but they are smartly interconnected, showing life never differentiates wherever it is at. Beautifully done.
I gotta say I really, really liked this picture. Now appreciate - I'm an iconoclast and whenever I smell studio BS promo I stay clear away. But this picture has none of this smell cause it's an indie but had plenty of pleasant aroma. It had a number of story lines, a number of twists and surprises, a very attractive cast and they all acted well. The plot... could it have been tighter? I suppose. But the apparent joy of the performers lead this picture into high level territory. Hopkins, in his AA soliloquy, was as brilliant as an actor can be. Absolutely authentic and believable. <more>
Maria Flor is stunning as a young lost waif looking for love in all the wrong places and Ben Foster as a sex offender trying to control his urges is exceptional. There are more moments of unanticipated joy in this picture than there are expected times of sadness. I recommend this film and will watch it again.