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"Tully" is a gem of a movie! It's the first movie I've seen since the beginning of August that I've place on my "Best of 2002" list. Evidently this debut detail has apparently been sitting on a shelf for two years, probably looking for distribution.Based on a short story, it takes a easy family storyline and says it beautifully visually, economically but leisurely, while avoiding cliches. It is the greatest evocation of tiny city life since "Last Picture Show," but this is much more rural. The laconic farmer family is the greatest portrayed since "Straight Story," but that was propelled as a street movie, not what taciturn life on the farm is like, which poses a challenge in a communicative medium.We see the most charming and complicated relationship between two brothers since other tiny film "Smiling Fish and Goats on Fire." Surprisingly, it doesn't take the easy street of tournament between the titular womanizing "bad brother" and the younger, loyal "good brother". Instead, Tully (Anson Mount is quite a hunk!) is a direct descendant of the tortured, conflicted James Dean of "East of Eden" and "Giant" (including the Oedipal conflicts there), struggling in a macho environment with his impact on women, his feelings, and his responsibilities.With fully hero appropriate dialogue and body language we watch the impact of old love and falling in love on a father and son who have no words and only gradual understanding. You can't know you're heartbroken until you know you have a heart. The girls can have this impact on them because they too are not cliches; they have specific personalities, needs, and even jobs. Julianne Nicholson is very credible and expressive. Several old boys in my audience yawned loudly, so maybe this is a chick flick, but I was involved and moved by the unfolding of realizations in their past and show family and romantic relationships and how Tully comes to grips with them all, like a long, silent, overhead shot of him waking up in an empty bed that manages to communicate so much loneliness and longing. John Foster's cinematography is simply gorgeous.The mise en stage is common in country songs, so we're lucky that the director probably couldn't afford commercial country artists on the soundtrack for the usual cliches. Instead we have Canadian alt country singers like Fred Eaglesmith and Oh Susanna (the only names I recognized), with some blues thrown in as well such that Tully even asks what radio station should that be, as they are all very sensitive to music, as it supports them all communicate with every other. And with us.
Produced by Hilary Birmingham, Annie Sundberg, and included in the Greatest Detail nomination of the Independent Spirits Awards, this movie is definitely a must-see movie.The film's themes are not too distant from those of About Schmidt, but comes through within incredibly heartfelt and genuine feel about the story. It's simple to receive fully hooked to all the characters. It's brilliantly shot, the characters molding in with the landscapes in a manner that exposes their soulful moods. Truly a solidly nice storyline with an honest, thought provoking, and poignant coming-of-age revelation. Absolutely top-notched performances from a lovely cast ensemble of actors! It's a farm drama that creeps with hidden dark family secrets that gradually unravel at a cool, quiet, and awesomely engaging pace. Watching the mesmerizing performance of charismatic Julianne Nicholson alone is worth the price of a regular tix. For me, she's the American ver of Leslie Carron; for a friend, she's the American ver of Emily Watson! Awesomely poised, simple, and charmingly charismatic, she's extremely captivating! And Glenn FitzGerald and Anson Mount in their roles as the Coates brothers - are two superb youths who couldn't be more various in their personalities and traits, will sweep the audience along a truly heartfelt adventure of unsuspecting happenings that are beautifully knitted together to their final twists. Catherine Kellner's haughty April hero is just as credible as the rest of the fine cast of actors. One will even search Natalie Canaday's counter-sales lady a true sweetheart! But Bob Burrus in the role of Tully, Sr. is overwhelming in his performance as the father with the bottled-up feelings. Yep he's definitely more convincing than Jack Nicholson's Schmidt role!This is one of those several films that deserve a mighty applause for the nice foresight of the casting agent(s). Each once of action, happening and expression seems so realistic. It's simple to receive so fully swept away by each character. The movie does succeed in delivering honest moods of romance, parental and sibling relationships, love, seduction and jealousy, or relationship. There exist that special sensibility that does not equate with cheesy sexual exploits or crudity. It's not even plastered with any of those distasteful hip-hop extravaganzas to draw the younger viewers. Great simple dialogue to follow. According to Director Hilary Birmingham at the Q&A session I attended, the unfortunate delay of the film's release was caused by unforeseen mishaps in distribution deals; firstly by an American-Canadian distribution partnership that went sour, and subsequently by one that went bankrupt. I understand that this movie will be released here, sometime in January. As a low-budget film, it definitely deserves no less than a solid A rating! Saw this film twice and would be willing to see it again!
Was it nice acting or nice directing or a nice script that made this movie work so well? The folks in the film Tully are not one dimensional, they are true people. I loved all of them. The method the father pursed his lips.The method Tully sometimes looked handsome, sometimes plain. The method Ella gave just the right thing at the right time. The method the clerk cheerfully bantered. The method Earl corrected Tully's misremembering. The city sleaze's greasy humor. I want I knew any of them, even April! :) The main thing that struck me about Tully is the trueness of the dialog. It was minimal, the method folks really are, shown from the outside in, without being corny. Everyone gave nice performances. The film is special. Hope I see more of each actor in this film, all of whom were fresh to me. All were MEMORABLE. That tells a lot because I think I have early Alzheimers! Too terrible this film wasn't a hit. I want I lived on a farm and/or had this type of sensitive, nuanced experience everyday! Unpretentious.
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