|Lot 47 Films | Release Date: February 16, 2001||CRITIC SCORE DISTRIBUTION|
The Price of Milk, which boasts a lush classical score recorded by the Moscow Symphony Orchestra, has a few more twists that make this a Valentine's Day delight.
Fairy-tale-like musing on true love in cynical times.
This rich, gorgeous music and the wistful pastoral scenes create a rhapsodic mood that the rest of the film doesn't really sustain.
A modern-day fable about love and commitment it's different.
In the tradition of "Sunrise" and "Eyes Wide Shut," crises set the characters on a kind of dreamy, nocturnal journey through chaos and fear.
The trouble is that it's so lead-footed and delighted with itself even as bit after bit sinks like a lead weight.
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