Wristcutters" is about guy named Zia (Patrick Fugit) who commits suicide after his girlfriend breaks up with him. Once he does, he doesn't die but goes to a place where others who have committed suicide live as well. It's a bizarre tale of love, friendship, and the afterlife told through the eyes of director Goran Dukic and is based on the short story "Kneller's Happy Campers" by Etgar Keret. A funny, strange but very original film ensues…
An original and creative film which so few will ever see. While this movie may actually be too dark or weird for some audiences, I personally loved it. It's been a long time since I have seen a romantic comedy that is this unique and this original. The plot for the movie is so bizarre that your eyes and brain are glued to the screen the entire time.
This movie puts a whole new spin on the idea of a romantic comedy and does it flawlessly. All the characters seem to connect as they interact with each other. The movie seems to be a mix of the movie "Interstate 60" and the work of writer Hunter S Thompson. The movie at times is very dark and odd but it only adds to the originality and creative minds behind the film.
When watching this film, just sit back and enjoy the ride. This film takes you to a world that you have never seen before. Who would ever think you would see a movie about a world that exists only to those who have committed suicide? And the funniest thing is it's the same thing as our world but a few minor differences. This is a movie that relies on imagination, something we as adults seem to forget to use anymore. This movie challenges Hollywood to take risks and go beyond the typical storyline and into something more creative and out of the ordinary.
Genre: ....... Comedy/Drama/Fantasy/Romance
Release Date.. 23 November 2007 (UK)
Country: ..... USA
Language: .... English
Source: ...... XviD-UNiVERSAL
Info Hash..... 0A34408D481F3995268ABFEFF5C3B41EDBD70DB0
Format: ...... Bin/Cue
Chapters: .... Every 5 Minutes
Runtime: ..... 87 Minutes
Video: ....... Mpeg1/PAL/352x288/25fps
Audio: ....... 2/44.1kHz/112kbps/Stereo
Burn Tested .. Yes