Slow (2023)

  • Year: 2023
  • Released: 22 Sep 2023
  • Country: Lithuania, Spain, Sweden
  • Adwords: 4 wins & 12 nominations
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  • Available in: 720p, 1080p, 1080p
  • Language: Lithuanian, English
  • MPA Rating: N/A
  • Genre: Drama, Romance
  • Runtime: 108 min
  • Writer: Marija Kavtaradze
  • Director: Marija Kavtaradze
  • Cast: Greta Grineviciute, Kestutis Cicenas, Pijus Ganusauskas
  • Keywords: woman director,
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Slow Movie Reviews

Although predictable, Marija Kavtaradze offers an interesting tale about exploring love.

Saw this back at the 2023 Sundance Film Festival

“Slow” is a story about Dancer Elena and sign language interpreter Dovydas meet and form a beautiful bond. As they dive into a new relationship, they must navigate how to build their own kind of intimacy. There are many romance stories that follow this similar structure and it tends to become very predictable with each move the story decides to go. Despite it’s familiar, the film still works because director Marija Kavtaradze was able to take a different approach with the story and creates an interesting and realistic story about love with interesting characters. The camerawork, sound design and production is really good as the presentation reminds me a lot of The Worst Person in the World in a good way.

Many of the performances were really good as the two main lead have perfect chemistry between each other which helps to make the characters feel nature and interesting throughout. Character study films are really interesting as it provides an guide to understand how the human life works throughout many lens. “Slow” does have it’s flaws as some of the pacing moments could be improved and the narrative does fall a bit uneven halfway as certain aspects didn’t feel fully fleshed out or understand where it wants to go. Some of the supporting characters felt they could have been written a little better since they felt like they were just there and didn’t offer too much impact to the film.

Overall, it’s a simple yet effective romance story and I did enjoy it quite a lot.

Rating: B+

Intimate and personal look at asexual relationships

“Slow” presents us a deep dive into how asexuals see relationships with non-asexuals and also with themselves. It also asks interesting questions not only about asexuality, but about romantic and sexual relationships in general. One of the main themes of this film is showing how difficult yet significant it is to know what we need in such relationships and how to communicate that with your partner. That is exactly why I think “Slow” deserves our attention, because it shows important aspects of modern relationships – that we haven’t seen portrayed in cinema before (asexuality) – in a beautiful and intimate matter and how loving someone is sometimes not enough. I must also highlight the acting performances of the two protagonists, that really carry us through this story gorgeously.

Subtle, unique and beautiful

This stellar Lithauan drama, by a great director, is their admission to the Oscars – which you can clearly understand when you watch this masterpiece.

It is a subtle, small scaled film – very uniquely told and with a wonderful script, playing on just the right enotions. Sadness, melancholy, drama and humour. All very authentic, incredibly well acted and a beautiful range. The actors all do an incredible job for sure. Truly career defining.

The cinematography, cutting and editing is stellar – deliberately small scaled, adding to the tone, and featuring some stellar imagery. Very beautifully put together.

Overall, truly a masterpiece in every sense of the word, and one of the best films of the year.

Very much recommended for any lover of film!