|IDP Distribution | Release Date: August 17, 2001||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
Films that achieve the dimension of seraphic embrace achieved by 'Innocence, as it explores a return to first love, are the rarest of the rare.
A beautiful, almost defiant film on an unusual subject: love among the elderly.
Paul Cox's admirers are sure to embrace this latest eruption of sincerity and sensitivity.
It's reassuring to see love and sex in one's 70s depicted as fully replenishing. At the same time, it's sobering to think that it's no easier in the twilight of life to make rational decisions regarding the heart.
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