No Hard Feelings


Drama / Romance

IMDb Rating 6.7 10 692


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92 min
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92 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by thabzzl 5 / 10 / 10

It's just goes on and on

I found it boring and confusing. The random jump cuts are pretty jarring and honestly nothing happened to really make me care about any of the characters. Lots of strange scenes seemingly thrown in at random. It's really quite messy and, frankly, boring.

Reviewed by laduqesa 10 / 10 / 10

Joyous and sad

The themes in this film are well known to me. I live in a Muslim country so I know the attitudes towards gay men that are overtly displayed in contradiction to the enormous prevalence of secret man on man action that is often carried out by the very same guys who are being so disparaging. I also worked with refugees for some years in the nineties in the UK and have seen the crushing of spirits caused by refusals of asylum applications. Parvis and Amon make a handsome couple but their relationship is shot through with the discrepancies mentioned above. Amon dare not let his mates know what's going on. His sister is fine with the issue as are Parvis's parents. The scenes of birthdays, parties, clubs, young life are all what we would see any young people enjoying. These youngsters just want the freedoms we have in the West and that are denied to them in their own country. They would be assets to Germany. Indeed, Parvis is, as he has a German passport. I found the dialogue, even from the more minor characters, to be totally appropriate and relevant. However, coming through all this is a nostalgia for "back home". As an emigré, I have it. How much stronger it must be for those forced to leave for whatever reason. This was ninety minutes I certainly didn't regret in the slightest.

Reviewed by maxxiehg 10 / 10 / 10

The first film I have ever given a 10 Star review.

This film is genuinely the most important piece of cinema of our generation. Germany needs this movie more than anything else on screen. I saw this movie three times, because so many of my friends needed to see it. Most of us are immigrants and refugees who have never seen ourselves represented on screen in such a careful and brilliant way. We are touched, moved and inspired by this work. I would even go so far as to say that this film is more important than Call Me by Your Name. There are numerous aspects with which many more people can relate to than I had originally expected, which is the true strength of this film. The directors intent was to bring queer immigration stories to the mainstream screen, which is incredibly ambitious and I think he succeeded, even though I did have the feeling that there were several aspects such as relationships with the family that could have been played out a little more. However, this only makes me look forward to his future works.

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