Three sentence movie reviews: After the Wedding

Jacob, manager of an orphanage in India, must go to Denmark to procure more money, and, as it turns out, have some secrets revealed to him. I liked tracking how my judgement and loyalties shifted the more I learned.  Contains a lot of close-ups of sad/upset people, but captured in a very open and loving way.

Cost: free from library
Where watched: at home

poster from:
(I love the Danish name:  Efter Brylluppet)

3 thoughts on “Three sentence movie reviews: After the Wedding”

  1. This was on my to-watch list for a long time but I never got around to seeing it. Seems doubtful that I ever will, although I’ve really begun to appreciate Mads Mikkelsen after watching the first season of Hannibal. He was chilling.

  2. Sadness rendered beautifully is lovely. But likely not something that will call me in. It is a good name!

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