Svidanie v slepuyu blind dating 2016 mgt
A longer running time would have helped and a better screenplay.
The performances was reasonably solid for the budget.
There is a sense of love that emanates from the screen, due in part to the script, the direction, and to the acting.
Chris Pine is exceptionally fine in a challenging role, finding the balance between courage, comedy, and tenderness that make his character believable and lovable, and never once making a move that breaks his image as a sightless person.
Chris Pine is lovable, kind, and clever as he gets back at his brother and takes his life into his own hands. Don't go in expecting anything profound, but expect a few crude jokes and take the movie for what it is. There are several good, interesting ideas that could have been explored in this movie - one is a blind young man, interested in a serious relationship and wanting to have sex with meaning -- who doesn't view himself as attractive -- and how he goes about pursuing that relationship and what happens along the way.
This movie could play as a drama with comedy or a comedy with drama.
Danny finally meets someone on his own, Leeza, who works at his eye doctor's office.
You can tell from the movie poster that the movie is intended to be taken light heartedly and be fun. His brother does not understand this and sets Danny up on a slew of bad dates; ranging from the overly emotional to the very promiscuous.Chris Pine's portrait of a blind guy seems very real to me, and I really felt for him throughout the whole movie.The story is somewhat obvious, and not that inventive, but it has a point, and even though it's sometimes a little cliché it's still very decent and enjoyable.I would have liked to see more of Leeza struggling with the cultural differences rather than a few teary eyes when she is at dinner with her family.Being of Indian descent I felt some of her insecurity, but I think had she been more developed more everyone could have really felt it.
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One of the reasons the movie works so well is the ability of actor Chris Pine to make us believe he is blind and convey the positive manner in which people with impairments 'view' those around them.