Based on a beautiful premise, sprinkled with artistic vision, it is an intelligent sit back and relax movie. The film explores the life and times of Nemo Nobody, the last mortal man on earth, as he reflects on the important choices he’s made. Each of these choices are presented as branching pathways of what could have been, utilizing innovative non-linear cinematography. In addition to the film’s winning structure, its soundtrack is considered a masterpiece, perfectly fitting the plot via looping and trilling melodies. The film garnered 6 Margaritte awards, and has slowly been developing into an indie cult classic.

Review by Utathya Ghosh.

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Leah Sunshine
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Leah Sunshine

Awesome movie! First time using this site as a precursor to movie-watching, and not in the slightest disappointed!

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While the concept per se could be interesting (basically a Sliding Doors on steroids), the result is: a patchwork of bad soap opera romances, some sci-fi glimpses, terrible characters (barely the only thing distinguishing the female characters is the hair color) , Magnolia-esque trivia facts here and there, dubious pills of philosophy, a soundtrack which looks like a playlist going on by itself, and very very cheesy cinematography. Very disappointed with this one

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