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May 28, 2009
Jan Troell answers the question of "What is love?' Love is found inside of Maria Larsson and her photograghs despite her harsh life. Love is found in Mr. Pedersen with his care of Maria. And despite everything, love is found in her mystyerious marriage with Sigge.
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The New York Times
The result is an experience that, even as it feels a bit familiar, is nonetheless engrossing and satisfying. Full Review
A movie like Everlasting Moments comes along maybe once in a decade. Full Review
There's another satisfying benefit to Everlasting Moments. It's gloriously absent of the hyper-speed anxiety that passes for storytelling on our multiplex screens. Full Review
There's something old-fashioned about Everlasting Moments. Although the shots are beautifully composed, they are classically represented. Both the filmmaking methods and the storytelling are uncomplicated. Full Review
Wall Street Journal
This exquisite film by the Swedish master Jan Troell is about seeing clearly, and fearlessly. It's also about subdued passion, the birth of an artist and a woman's struggle to live her own life. Full Review