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Hotly anticipated and critically lauded at Cannes this year - where it went on to win the prestigious Palme d'Or - maverick director Terrence Malick's THE TREE OF LIFE is an expansive, philosophical film of truly epic proportions.
Ostensibly the story of jaded businessman Jack (Penn) looking back on his childhood in Texas, Malick's boldly spiritual film sets a very human story of 1950s American childhood - by turns idyllic and hauntingly sad - against the alienating sprawl of modern urban life.
This is in turn presented between breathtaking images of the universe and Earth's beginnings. Staggeringly cinematic and Proustian in scope, Malick's triumphant return is a feast for the eyes and the mind that is also unafraid of exploring profound spiritual territory.
"There is simply nothing like it out there: profound, idiosyncratic, complex, sincere and magical; a confirmation that cinema can aspire to art." - EMPIRE
"To infinity and beyond... Terrence Malick’s spiritual odyssey is baffling, unique and overspilling with wonder. Don’t wait for the DVD." - TOTAL FILM