Powder Blue

Powder Blue

Powder Blue

Just as Crash, 21 Grams previously, this surprising movie has most of the ingredients for touching our heart. Remarkable casts, even Patrick Swayze had notable scene with his own charisma. Jessica Biel in one of her best – not only as strippers, apparently- but engaging audience with her twisted-yet benevolence life. Ray Liotta in not as usual role but still convincing as desperately-terminal ill who seeks for another chance.

It is all about love. One who lost one, one who seeks one, everyone has their own interpretation on the cost of love. And in this movie, they all paid their dues because love will finally has it own cures. Nothing really matters anymore as long as they fly with it, as old Gibran said : Let alone love comes to you. And if it does, fly it with  your wings even if it bleeds your soul.

Finally I undertood why Powder Blue. And it has nothing like its trailer. This movie promises far more love spectrum then what we might think from the trailer. I must admit, the Asian director has great taste in  romancing the agonies (IMDB 8.9/10).

And if at the end someone said: “I have two tickets to Paris”. I might say: ” I hope it’s one-way. I want to lost there with you”

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