" The Oriental doesn’t put the same high price on life as the Westerner. Life is plentiful. Life is cheap in the Orient. And as the philosophy of the orient expresses it, life is not important. "
— General William Westmoreland, Hearts and Minds

MRQE Top Critic

November

Walks you out of an emotional underworld back into the light —Marty Mapes (review...)

Cox lives three times in November

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It’s hard to be objective about this Icelandic film about a Japanese man looking for the site of his parents’ death. After a vacation to Iceland, we searched high and low for movies set there. There just aren’t that many. So when this movie came out and it didn’t suck, we fell in love. I suppose its quirkiness is a little formulaic (an American outlaw and his girlfriend run from the Iceland police) and its production value is pretty low (it looks cheap), but the scenery is great, the story isn’t something you’ll see every day, and it doesn’t suck.