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Berlinale 2017: 'Return to Montauk' is a Tender Look at Love & Regret

Berlinale 2017: 'Return to Montauk' is a Tender Look at Love & Regret

Return to Montauk

“We cross and re-cross our old paths like figure-skaters.” That’s a line from Cloud Atlas, but I kept thinking back to that film (and that storyline in it) while watching this one. Return to Montauk is the latest drama from German director Volker Schlöndorff, set primarily in New York following a few German characters around the city. It’s a very tender, heartfelt film about the great regrets and lost loves in our lives, and how we attempt to get over what happened in the past (or, perhaps, not get over our past regrets). Maybe it’s because I connected to it in a very personal way, but Return to Montauk kept me captivated and awake and intrigued from start to finish. Even if I didn’t feel emotionally drained by the end I was certainly enthralled. ›››

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