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MY REVIEW
Reviewed by josephcalingasa PH / Joined josephcalingasa 2016
Sway
Sway
Sway
Thailand, USA, France, 2014, 108 minutes Drama, Asian
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06.06.16
Very affecting film which strikes a chord for yuppies always on the move and people chasing the American Dream. The first few scenes will quite confuse the viewers and one can even think there may be a sort of connection to these stories, but no, each of the stories unfold on its own with the common factors only the theme that involves settling or moving on or even getting stuck.  Another common factor would be the unfolding of pivotal current events as a secondary element in a certain scene ( i.e. news on Obama's winning the presidency). Magnetic acting performances by lead characters like Ananda Everingham and Matt Wu, they not only look good on camera but deliver heartfelt portrayals of their roles.  Kudos to Director Rooth Tang for this film which has depth in terms of plot and a magnitude of emotions to boot. Highly recommended!
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