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Something More beyond Sight

Summary: Confusion best describes my reaction right after I've seen Woody Allen's Melinda and Melinda and Kidlat Tahimik's Perfumed Nightmare. The essence and the objective of the two movies were not met and shown clearly for better understanding of the story because of the undeveloped plot, style, and the like.
Confusion best describes my reaction right after I've seen Woody Allen's Melinda and Melinda and Kidlat Tahimik's Perfumed Nightmare. The essence and the objective of the two movies were not met and shown clearly for better understanding of the story because of the undeveloped plot, style, and the like. Questions here and there were left unanswered because of the difficulty in deciphering the ideas presented in the movie but as I tried to recall the film, I realized there's more than what meets the eye.

Melinda and Melinda presented two stories in just one movie: the comedic and tragic perspectives of life, which can then be difficult for the audience because viewers often have to identify which scene belongs to which plot, which segment can be connected to a particular setting, and the like. From the start of the movie, the idea of presenting life as "comedy" or...

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