. The basic plot - a man and a woman traveling and talking - is reminiscent of Richard Linklater's Before Sunrise/Before Sunset films, but the way in which Certified Copy calls into question the nature of reality is more akin to Inception.
The conclusion is abrupt and unsatisfying, but the philosophical dialogue Kiarostami manages to keep aloft for well over an hour touches on intriguing questions of openness, self-honesty, and personal freedom.
Life is a struggle, the new film "The Son of No One" makes that explicitly clear. But so is moviemaking, and unfortunately the toil is all too evident in writer-director Dito Montiel's messy, logic-strained third feature.
This was nothing like what I expected. The only reason the end of the movie was seen, was because my wife was watching it, also. She liked it, I didn't care for it. It's not his typical comedy you would expect.
This movie was a poor story line that had nothing to do with a Spelling Bee. Besides that, I thought I would finish it. By the time it was over I felt like Ihad wasted 2 hours of time. The ending was aweful as well. My advice, pick another one!\n\nWalMart's shipping was super fast though, and I only paid for the economy shipping. It arrived 2-3 days sooner than they predicted.
This DVD is a great value! The feature movie is wonderful - an annual Lenten entertainment must for my mom and me. It has it all - comedy, drama, excitement, fantasy, suspense - and Johnny Depp.\n\nThis particular version has plenty of extras to entertain you further after you finish the movie, giving you plenty of bang for your buck.