A Perfect Day


Comedy / Drama / War

Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 65%
IMDb Rating 6.8 10 17,882


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April 9, 2019


Benicio Del Toro as Aaron Hallam
Mélanie Thierry as Pauline
Olga Kurylenko as Ophelia Bhuletova
Tim Robbins as Bill Loud
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776.51 MB
23.976 fps
106 min
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Movie Reviews

Reviewed by gtyoshida 10 / 10 / 10

At the End of the Rope

A compelling story begins with a simple event that becomes a complex masterpiece. "A Perfect Day" opens as a group of aid workers in the war torn Balkan region struggle to pull a dead corpse out of the village well before the rotting flesh poisons the water. When their only rope breaks and the body falls back down the well, the team leader Mambru (Benicio Del Toro), his garrulous friend, B (Tim Robbins), the novice aid worker, Sophie (Melanie Thierry), and the local translator, Damir (Fedja Stukan) must drive through the countryside searching for another rope. Disheartened by ridiculous peace protocols, hostile natives, and invisible landmines, they find their only salvation is to act humanly in the present rather than cling to their past beliefs or live for their future dreams. Olga Kurylenko (Katya) and Eldar Residovic (Nikola) round out the cast.

Reviewed by SnoopyStyle 10 / 10 / 10

running in a circle

Mambrú (Benicio Del Toro) is the world-weary leader of a group from 'Aid Across Borders' trying to help sanitation in the war-torn Balkans. He reconnects with his conflict-evaluater ex Katya (Olga Kurylenko). He deals with UN bureaucracy, problematic locals, and a body stuck in a well. The irreverent B (Tim Robbins) and translator Damir (Fedja Stukan) go off in search of rope to pull out the body. The idealistic newcomer Sophie (Mélanie Thierry) is exasperated. There's the boy looking a ball. It's a day in the life. I like that this takes this serious world and use a small part to run the plot through. It's like a little hamster running around in a wheel. There is a bit of humor and plenty of poignant sadness. It's a little slow at times but it never lets go. It's great that it gets tied together in the end.

Reviewed by alevinadresi 10 / 10 / 10

Amazing movie

I truly loved this movie from beginning to the end. This brings a whole new perspective to a war movie. Although the circumstances the characters are in are painful when you think about it, the movie still manages to fill your heart with hope and warmth because it shows you no matter how hard the situation may get, people always adjust and find a way to cope with it with their inherent survival instinct. The movie shows that even in the amid of war, tears, losses, people still can find joy of life even with a small ball or a simple rope, or simply guessing which way to go if you come across a dead cow in the middle of the road. The acting was balanced and not overdone. Usually, in movies with Benicio Del Torro, it is hard to outshine him, but Tim Robbins also gives an equally great performance. It is always hard to finish a war movie with a smile on your face. Yet, this movie makes you think, makes you question, and makes you smile. Kudos to Fernando León de Aranoa. Good job.

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