Restless

Restless
Restless

Year

2011

Duration

87 minutes

Genres

Drama, Romance

Language

English

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Synopsis

There are shades of the cult classic Harold and Maude in this quirky indie drama, only here the death-obsessed protagonist falls for a woman closer to his own age. In mourning for his parents (who were killed in the car crash that left him in a coma), Enoch seeks solace by going to the funerals of strangers. At one such occasion, he meets Annabel, a beautiful young woman with a terminal illness. This sensitive and sincerely played drama (which is also beautifully scored and photographed) is so unashamedly romantic and life-affirming that it’s hard not to fall under its spell.

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PG Classification

This film contains mild bad language.

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