Reviewed byCarso StudioVote: 8/10/10
The movie really reminded me memories of my travel trips and how myrelationships were changed. Many people won't understand why theycheated and might call them sluts, but you don't really understanduntil you are in their shoes. It is a well directed movie anddefinitely something worth watching if you have traveled andexperienced a lot in life already.
Reviewed bylin teagh (email@example.com)Vote: 10/10/10
Till We Meet Again surprised me in many ways, the raw indie feel wasmore than I expected with a title that resembled something I thoughtwould be a cheesy love drama. This film is much more real than most toptier cast dramas out there and brought more emotions and depth thanmost films I've seen 2016. Although great reviews I'm surprised thisfilm has not gained more recognition.
A most see if you ask me. Especially you love films like Blue Valentineor Weekend! I also enjoyed that the films take place in New York andThailand. It gives a little extra value. I'm puzzled by the filmmakersand producers capacity to afford shooting on two continents on 130K.
Very well put together and a beautifully written story with many greatscenes! Watch all the way to the end though it starts off a bit slow atfirst.
Reviewed bypatrikgallagerVote: 10/10/10
I very much agree with the critic's review regarding 'Til We MeetAgain.
It's a well-written peace of art that does not write me on the nose.
I could relate to all characters that are written and directed in suchan ultra realistic way. It made me dream myself away and enjoy beingabroad for 103 minutes.
Also not the stereotypical happy love drama that I expected, the factthat these films showcase a break up rather than a meeting made melove it!
Please stay with it all the way through and you'll be sure to love itas much as I did! It rings true all the way and the characters thatgets introduced half way in brings that main characters to life morewhen we see a growing change in them!
Landing in the paradise of Thailand, cross cutting back to the main characters past life in New York, Erik ( Johan Matton) a young writer dependent on the love of his life Joanna (Linnea Larsdotter), argue and split up in the unfamiliar country of Thailand. We follow them on their separate journeys as Joanna meets up with her childhood friend David and Erik cross path with three backpackers Jamie, Cecile and Miranda. The journey takes unexpected consequences when temporary attraction, anxiety, loneliness and unfamiliar grounds forces Joanna and Erik to learn who they really are. Throughout their journey in Thailand we sporadically flashback into the beginning of Erik and Joanna's life in New York to learn who they are - each time we reveal a moment further back in time leading up to the first time they met.