Take This Waltz

Take This Waltz
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Geoff

So terrible. I had to turn it off for fear of ruining a perfectly good Leonard Cohen song by associating it in my mind with a bad sex scene.

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Krysia

2.5 stars; slow as molasses, subtle like in barely there. The actors were good but, I felt like 50 yrs must have gone by. I skipped forward a lot after awhile but, I did get the ending. She certainly did mess up her life. The only thing worse than having your heart broken is breaking someone ...Read more

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Stefan

Canadiana, too much artificial sweetening

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Ryan

You can't fit the story or Williams' character in a box because they're shaped like nothing else out there. No predictable moments, including a few preachy ones, and maybe the purest depiction of the joy-heartache spectrum in recent memory, set to The Buggles' "Video Killed the Radio Star." ...Read more

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Emily

This would be good to watch if you ended a relationship to be with someone else or if someone's done that to you. It may start a good cry. I was in a good mood when I watched this movie, and I feel like watching it right now was a mistake. Very good performances, but today I feel Margot is a ...Read more

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Wesley

I've never seen Michelle Williams in a film before. One of my son's best friends just married her a few months ago. So incredibly moving. Subtle. Complex.

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Frank Sherman

You make a VERY Good point here. I was thinking the same things when I watched this movie just a few hours ago. Seven

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Francoise

Michelle Williams is such an amazing actress, so subtle.... I watch everything with her in it. Great Leonard Cohen song too.

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Cheryl

I realized it am truly bored with life at this moment to actually keep watching for something to happen. Watching lettuce grows would have been more interesting. Except for the one line "new stuff gets old too."

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Alexandra

I love all of the actors in the film. If you love realistic, everyday life, slow moving stories then this film is a must see.

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Marla

Beautiful cinematography. A slow paced film that shows the subtle way a relationship unravels. Michelle Williams is amazing.

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Olivia

My favorite line: new things get old. A beautifully told story with great acting, that unfolds in a raw, authentic way with the most unlikely of characters having the deepest insights in the end.

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Dori

I really enjoyed this movie!The grass always looks greener on the other side.But when we are there awhile it turns as dull as where we were before.Great cast and lessons learned...

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Robert

Great work, as ever, by Sarah Polley. "Take This Waltz" is a beautifully realized piece of filmmaking that asks and asks again the question that we all (especially the happiest of us) carry around all our lives: did we make the right choices, did we miss connections with other people, with ...Read more

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Wesley

So, so true. I'm 70 years old, and dealing with relationship complexities that I thought were long gone in my life.

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Jan

Great movie. Excellent acting.. recommend.

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Zoe

Sarah Polley, Canadian gem ♡

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