Wednesday, April 21, 2010

The Heart is a Lonely Hunter (1968): review- 10/10

The film shows the lives a run of people in a southern town in the late sixties. It gives particular attention to a deaf mute and the daughter of his landlady who wishes to become a musician.

Excellently acted and beautifully filmed, the film touches on a number of themes- anger, forgiveness, racism, love, poverty and despair.

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