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I'm glad to hear you enjoyed the film. As you know, I thought it was one of the better films I saw last year.

The ending will, I think, divide the audience. I think I said I 'leaned toward' a positive response, but I can certainly understand why someone might lean the opposite way. I'd like to see it again.

I've seen it suggested that the final scene is a vision, like that earlier cosmic vision. I don't think so. I didn't think the ending was terrible. I'm not sure I'd even make an aesthetic argument against it. But somehow it failed to move me. My wife's reaction was the same.

I'd like to see it again, too. I'm a little sorry that I've already sealed up the Netflix envelope. Especially as I've checked and found that I could indeed have fixed the aspect ration problem in the TV.

It is at the top of my queue, but I probably won't get to watch it until after Easter.


When you do, I'll be interested in hearing what you think.

Me too.

I'm on the side of liking the ending. Powerful yet subtle movie. Ethan Hawke should have been nominated for Best Actor.

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