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While shooting an international movie about peace in Hiroshima, a married French actress has a torrid one night stand with a married Japanese architect as they share their differing perspectives on war.
Although it presents, on occasion, a baffling repetition of words and ideas, much like vaguely recurring dreams, it, nevertheless, leaves the impression of a careful coalescence of art and craftsmanship.
May 20, 2003
Integrating past and present, poetic images and documentary footage, music and Marguerite Duras' dialogue, the film achieved a structural balance of such emotional and intellectual power that audiences were stunned.