this is a mere personal journal.
will not press on the fact that it might fell flat or was hopelessly hollow, but will take this film as a soothing mediative unforgettable experience; a journey through wide portals into extraordinary undiscovered realms. i truly believe that this work sets the bar high for future sci-fi works.
WIT fundamentally discusses the trauma of life and death yet in the simplest most moving direction. the score of this film have taken me by wonder about the currents of life and its little matters; how everything could be swept away by sudden or either by slow suffering.
it is interesting how there’s a developing study between the main character who is (was) submerged in an academic world that leaves no space for passion or sentiments, and the younger doctor…
completely overwhelmed by this sentimental heartfelt film, a loving ode; sweet and tender from a son to his dying mother narrated through recollected memories, postcards and personal portraits. attempting to describing a loving relationship between a child and a mother has no limits and could be held in any form but to create something on this level of honesty and pure love comes from an extreme devotion of this child to his mother. this is a sincere and deeply touched film, i even somehow envy Eric for making such a special film.