Tuesday, October 12, 2010

Program 24: To Faro

A captivating and unconventional love story, To Faro serves as a reminder of the exhilaration and naïveté of first love, and the lengths to which some will go in order to maintain it.

This is the perfect film for a cold autumn evening. Join us at 7pm at the Little Theater.

13 comments:

Michelle said...

Interesting film. Slow in parts (as expected for a foreign film).

What I want to know is:
What was the relationship between Mel/Miguel and her brother? The initial jealousy and the tattoos on their shoulders?

What was Nuno's backstory.

Jim V. said...

I agree with Michelle that the film was a bit slow at times, but I really liked it overall. Anjorka Strechel's performance was brilliant - entirely believable throughout the film!

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
The age thing kind of creeped me out. Great otherwise.

Deb said...

From the ballots:
A very beautiful and well-done film about first love.

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
Some disturbing themes but a well-done film.

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
Good but very slow in the beginning and then not enough conclusion at end. Underage issue was disturbing.

Very well acted.

Stephanie N said...

From the ballots:
I liked the movie very much. It was a very good story and plot and very likable characters. You could really feel for "Miguel" or Melanie. It was a good paced movie and interesting to see when Melanie's "deceits/lies" would have to end and how she would try to come clear.

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
The age difference really threw off the entire movie for me. She was 14 years old, that's gross.

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
Nice to have German films!

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
It was worth seeing but not as good as other ones.

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
Good but too long.

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
Ok. Well shot. Just didn't wow me.

Anonymous said...

From the ballots:
Not something I'd watch again but it dealt with some important issues.