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Days of Heaven 1978

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Gorgeous cinematography coupled with an engaging score and Malick's signature realism makes for a visual treat. It's more of a living portrait than a simple cohesive narrative. There's also biblical allegory undertones that make the whole thing ripe for dissection.

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This movie has a lot of beautiful scenery and a great story of scandal and betrayal during hard times.

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"Sometimes I'd feel very old, like my whole life is over, like I'm not around no more".

'Days of Heaven' is a mesmerizing film that captures the beauty and calm activities in life, while having this unexplained sadness underneath. At the end, you learn that memories, good or bad, will occasionally haunt your thoughts and emotional state - since the film is about someone reflecting on their memory.

My relationship with Terrence Malick can be complicated, but when he scores, it's remarkable.

One of the highest forms of art.

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