Cashback

“Once upon a time I wanted to know what love was. Love is there if you want it to be – you just have to see that it’s wrapped in beauty and hidden away between the seconds of your life. If you don’t stop for a minute – you might miss it.”

When hubby suggested Cashback on last raining Sunday evening, I didn’t expect something decent. A combination of teen comedy and romance sounds just like another American Pie garbage. But both of us were happy after seeing the movie. It is a well-done independent film with interesting plot, great acting (apart from the boss) and dreamy cinematography.

If you haven’t seen it, rent a DVD, you won’t be disappointed. I’d better not to explain how the story goes, but I do like to list a few aspects which make this movie a gem.

The poetic camera movements, many of the shots are very artistic and imaginative. A wonderful selection of music (love the mix of opera, classic and pop. Casta Diva, Boléro, Mysterious Ways…they are blended in perfectly with the story). The British humor, some jokes and gags were so amusing. It reminds us all these silly moments of our life, lol~~  Ah, BTW, Daphne Guinness was the executive producer of this film. She made a very short but stunning appearance at the end. 



4 Comments

  1. jibjab
    Posted August 18, 2010 at 8:56 am | Permalink

    I went to read the plot–sounds awesome! I’ve always wondered what people have to fill their mind with working in such jobs.
    Thanks for sharing!

  2. 5am je t♥aime
    Posted August 18, 2010 at 10:09 am | Permalink

    would love to check out this movie! just revamped my site and added your link^__^ hi de californie, gabrielle

  3. Posted August 20, 2010 at 10:48 am | Permalink

    jibjab & gabrielle, hope you’ll enjoy the film as much as we have.

  4. Yormmy
    Posted November 12, 2015 at 12:58 pm | Permalink

    This lady has never been there if she dont know germany. Lol. All the stuff she meinonts is text book tourist info you can read up on anywhere. She dont talk about stuff they dont mention in tourist sites and books. Thats when you know when someones really been there and not just making it up to sound cool and hip.

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