Eternal Beauty

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  • R
  • 2020
  • 1 hr 34 min
  • 6.3  (2,301)
  • 71

Eternal Beauty is a poignant and powerful drama film that explores the complexities of mental health, love, and loss. The movie, which was released in 2019, stars Sally Hawkins, Morfydd Clark, and Robert Pugh in lead roles and is directed by Craig Roberts. The film follows the story of Jane, a woman struggling with a severe case of mental illness. We see her life in fragments, through a series of flashbacks and present-day encounters. In the past, we see how Jane’s life was affected by a traumatic experience she had when she was young. As a result, she has recurring hallucinations and hears unusual voices. Although she is under treatment, Jane is unable to cope with the pressures of society and her illness.

The audience sees how Jane copes with the pain of her mental illness in random ways - one thing being she seems to dance randomly. She stops going to therapy, and begins spending time with a man who shares her passion for birds. Despite the love and care of her family, Jane finds it difficult to communicate with them and is almost always alone. The movie shows how loneliness can further spur the effects of mental illness and make you misunderstood by people around you.

As the movie progresses, it is clear that Jane’s mental illness has been her life constant. However, her world takes a shift as she meets an old acquaintance, Mike. The film takes a different turn, as the unlikely duo sets up an unlikely friendship with Mike being one of the only people who truly gets her.

As we learn about Jane's past and present, we see how she struggles with her emotions and the way others perceive her. Her condition affects her ability to connect with people, and she finds solace in moments of madness.

One of the most outstanding aspects of the movie is how Sally Hawkins portrays the character of Jane, brilliantly nailing the nuances of her mental health problems. Hawkins immerses herself in the character, from the way she walks to the way she talks. The audience quickly falls in love with her deep despair and beautiful vulnerabilities and feels her pain through every scene. She perfectly captures the pain, confusion, and frustration that come with living with a mental disorder.

The film's cinematography, by Kit Fraser, elegantly captures the story's essence, with the beautiful scenery and lighting capturing the heavy, psychological character of the film. The production team has done an impressive job of highlighting how life, despite being heavy and dark, can still carry moments of calmness and beauty.

Eternal Beauty is a masterpiece that showcases how beautiful life can be in times of despair. It's a story that talks about love, loss, and human emotions that are prevalent all around us. The movie celebrates life in all its forms, and it’s subtle yet powerful dialogues and underlying concepts are thought-provoking.

Overall, Eternal Beauty is a moving film that will resonate with viewers, especially those who have struggled with mental health problems. With its engaging storytelling, realistic characters, and remarkable performances, it is a film worth watching. The film teaches us that love and compassion, even in times of madness and madness, can heal and give the strength to live a beautiful life.

Eternal Beauty is a 2020 comedy with a runtime of 1 hour and 34 minutes. It has received mostly positive reviews from critics and viewers, who have given it an IMDb score of 6.3 and a MetaScore of 71.

Eternal Beauty
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