Prague Post wrote:
While discussing photography, Bloom expounds the cliché, "It's a lie that tells the truth," to which Penelope quickly responds, "I dunno about truth. A photograph is a secret about a secret. The more it tells you, the less you know." They could be talking about the film itself, which bends reality, or at least probability, considerably in places, but somehow manages to be profoundly touching, evoking memories of love and loss as well as happier memories of the triumphs of imagination and passion over the banality of daily life.
This is one of the most spot-on reviews I've read thus far. Cheers to foreign journalism!
I'm way too lazy to ever be truly belligerently insane.