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Plot: A young couple bound by a seemingly ideal love, begins to unravel as unexpected opportunities spin them down a volatile and violent path and threaten the future they had always imagined. Runtime: 79 mins Release Date: 18 Aug 2015
My favourite romance and one of my favourite films of all time!! (by lorcan-61881)
Now,knowing me,I don't review romances but I felt like I had to review this,6 Years. 6 Years stars Taissa Farmiga,from American Horror Story and the upcoming horror spin off,The Nun. The film is about a couple who after a few incidents,go down a dark path in there relationship which might rip it apart. This film..made me cry..Naaa!! I was joking! I did'int cry although at parts,I felt like it. The film was so true and it was really like..true. Unlike The Notebook or Titanic,this is so true and what actually happens in relationships. Trust me,I do love,Titanic..but 6 Years is so much <more>
A great story about two imperfect people in a small town who deal with their relationship. I have no clue why this movie received, 'mixed reviews.' It displays a true and raw relationship.Script is terrific and the acting by the male lead is commendable. The actress seems a little unsure in some scenes and keeps touching her hair which is really really distracting. Her friends are also really irritating and always drunk. The story just seems so real and honest. A real indie feel to it.The character of Daniel develops really well. Really thankful I found such a great movie through <more>
I thought the acting in this film was incredible. All of the actors really engaged you and it was as though you were almost there. The authenticity of the film was really good and it was so realistic- a couple that both clearly want their relationship to work but just seem to be headed in different directions. Considering the actors on this film are fairly new, the acting was amazing and I would definitely, 100% watch it again. I would recommend this film to anyone as it was just so believable to watch and you really felt as though Taissa and Ben were actually upset, angry and guilt-ridden. <more>
Their emotions said it all and I would definitely watch it again.
I am bothered considerably to note how familiar I found this story. It's not the first film to portray a young romance filled with passion and volatility. But most lack the authenticity of 6 Years. The characters are RAW. There is no hero here. Not since Blue Valentine have I seen characters expose such intimate flaws, while still maintaining empathy. Credit for this should be awarded to the improv heavy style and insanely talented actors. Rosenfield is effortless perfection. His bargaining pleas were heartfelt and his retaliations so cold. Farmiga shone as both victim and aggressor. The <more>
grief and the rage and regret in her face felt far too real. I think this movie will gain more favour with those who find it relate-able. Well worth the watch for me.
A great movie and to my mind maybe Oscar worthy in its realistic portrayal of a relationship.A portrayal which is rarely if ever attained in a movieI think it is a movie Ingmar Bergman and Woody Allen would admire.Relationships are so precarious and the waters are often difficult to navigate.The grass so often looks greener on the other side.If you want better intimate relationships this a move for you.It certainly isn't shallow and not the usual Hollywood superficial romances.This movie will hopefully be a template for future movies.It brings movies into the are of art and pushes society <more>
Why the rating is so bad, when the acting and content is not that bad tho ? For me, I don't need a breathtaking scene, just the normal things are pretty well done totally, remind me of my young age whatsoever. The two partners love each other but they keep hurting each other because of some piece of shits. The outsiders keep pushing them away, being suspicious about their love. The environments with pressure, burdens make them keep saying sorry instead of solving problems. They're wonderful coz they can go together for so many years, but things change, it's hard to be cool for <more>
every situation in life. I don't know why this movie make me feel so sad, regretful somehow hurt in the deep of my heart.
Is the person you love when you're young the same person you want to spend the rest of your life with? (by StevePulaski)
6 Years depicts young love with the naivety, tumultuousness, and consistent uncertainty that so often plagues it. It concerns Melanie Clark Taissa Farmiga and Dan Mercer Ben Rosenfield , a college-aged couple that has been together for six years and finds themselves still entranced by great conversations, great understanding for one another, and great sex. However, their relationship doesn't come with a total pass from its own fair share of hardships; we see early on in the film a simple fight between Mel and Dan turns into a physical fight, with Mel pushing Dan into a dresser, where <more>
he gets a head wound serious enough to warrant a hospital visit.Nonetheless, all is forgiven and the two maintain the same love and affection for one another they've had for years. Mel and Dan frequent parties together and are clearly enjoying one another's company while it lasts. Yet, Dan has bigger plans, potentially getting him and his band signed to a record label and moving to New York City, much to the dismay of Mel, who has reworked her life revolving around Dan and their agreed plans to live together. The two wind up facing more arguments and animosity than they ostensibly faced before, and the pressures of life and preconceived plans find themselves at a crossroads now more than ever before.6 Years asks the question if the person we fall in love with when we're young is the same person we'd be keen on spending the rest of our lives with, and in most situations, that could go both ways. If a person can handle you during high school and college, some of the most stressful and nervewracking times of your life, then perhaps that same person is worthy of you for the rest of your life. However, if that person can handle you during those times, but holds you back and/or limits you during the times that could make or break your personality for the rest of your life, are they really getting and supporting the whole you or the current, half-baked version of you? The film depicts one character, Dan, as someone who is consistently moving forward, looking towards forming a band, a career, and a life, hoping that the girl he's stuck with for six years now will come with him on this incredible journey. However, Mel's plans don't involve big moves to New York City, nor do they foresee huge changes. They see slow assimilation into every day conventionality, possibly involving a small, sufficient home and satisfying careers that may be what calls for the momentary situation, but not what calls for long-term, sustainable happiness. Mel makes the mistake of making Dan her whole life, while forgetting that he, indeed, has a life to attend to and she, in addition, has serious career choices she needs to make, as well, before she's stuck in a rut of which is impossible to get out.Now more than ever, young people are realizing their ability to make it far without committing to one person, and that, while presenting serious cons to the concepts of serious dating and commitment, are strong for the ideas of self-reliance and personal dependency. 6 Years focuses on what happens when dependency, while comforting and possibly the only thing somebody has known, can be detrimental to the future of a person.The film was directed by Hannah Fidell, known for her work on the heavily understated and fairly strong film A Teacher, which depicted a teenager's illicit relationship with his teacher. Despite hefty criticism for that film, Fidell seemed hesitant to change anything with 6 Years. This is a film heavily built on understated drama and situations that most mainstream films would overplay to death; while it didn't entirely work for A Teacher, Fidell wisely keeps things very low-key here. Farmiga and Rosenfield do strong work as the leads, particularly in the way they handle the minimalistic, sometimes downright impressionistic the ending, the abuse scenes scenes of the film with great conviction. The film's high level of romanticism also comes into play during key love-making and heartfelt scenes between the two actors that shows a great sense of passion. From these, we can tell, without being explicitly told, that while these characters may not be the best at communicating what's really on their minds, they've made up for it in the way they make love and show each other unmatched affection.6 Years is a film that shows the animosity and sheer impossibility of young love, possibly questioning whether or not it's inherently doomed, like a star-crossed idea, bound to fail if even initiated. It reminds me of high schools, when I saw some couples tough it out for two, three, and, one particular couple, four years. "How does it feel to go on for longer than most marriages," I'd casually, but seriously, ask them.Starring: Taissa Farmiga and Ben Rosenfield. Directed by: Hannah Fidell.
A story about two very young sweethearts that have been together too long. And by movies end you breathe a sigh of relief for Dan because even though he never says it the viewer knows he's leaving Mel.Dan suffers physically and psychologically with Mel. Mel is her own source of suffering, because she is manipulative, evil, and emotionally unbalanced. Dan and Mel hide their troubled relationship through partying, booze, sex, etc. They are hiding it from themselves as well as others. Mel is happy to stay at this level. Dan gets an opportunity to expand his career as well as himself but he <more>
lives in fear of Mel --- he knows she will reject and condemn his offer. What caught my eye after seeing this film by Writer/Director Hannah Fidell is how she cast the two main characters - Ben Rosenfield as Dan and Taissa Farmiga as Melanie. The contrast in their appearance and dialog is very telling.Mel is featureless, her face unattractive, lacks definition, she's small, like the undeveloped children she teaches. She is also undeveloped emotionally she says little outside whining. Dan, on the other hand, is altogether opposite. He has a highly defined handsome face, he is tall, and eager to grow outward just like the company and people he works for. Dan expresses his ideas to his coworkers and is emotionally ready to take the opportunity and chance to change his life. Mel will do anything to stop him and Dan learns this the hard way.
Follows a young couple's struggle to carry on with their relationship while they grow up. (by isa-36137)
I can see why many people disliked this movie. It's a representation of life without filters, without a happy ending, just life. If you've been in a long-term relationship, you'll like this film. I've always loved Taissa's acting, and this is no disappointment. I think she does a great job with real-life characters, she's believable. Overall this movie seemed so realistic to me, not just for the plot: their reactions, the way they carried themselves, the people around them. It's the representation of real life drama, without exaggeration or fantasy. It kind of <more>
reminded me of Boyhood in the sense that it follows a story very close to reality. I enjoyed it.