Mr. Nobody was a recommendation from one of my dearest friends. We talked about watching “Nobody” when she told me that the title reminded her of a film she saw called “Mr. Nobody” and that I should see it so we could talk about it at our next coffee outing.
I had heard about the film and how it was supposed to be a fantastic trippy film but had not seen it. When I did decide to watch it…It blew my mind. It instantly became one of my top 3 favorite films.
I will not link a trailer to the film because my recommendation is to watch it without knowing anything. The trailer kind of spoils what I would consider a crucial piece of the story; watch it with a blank slate, and you will appreciate it even more. Trust me, that’s how I saw it and loved it.
It stars Jared Leto as Nemo Nobody; he is a 118-year-old man retelling his life story, kind of. It can get confusing until you figure out what is going on, but it does keep you guessing. It about two and a half hours long, but that only makes the character development even better. Time flew by when I saw it.
I can’t explain what it’s about without spoilers or ruining something about the film. Watch it. I highly recommend it. The acting is superb by everyone in the cast, and I loved the film’s pacing — the cinematography is a delight to watch.
Amazon’s description of the film does not ruin anything, so ill post it below.
Mr. Nobody tells the life story of Nemo Nobody, a 118-year-old man who is the last mortal on Earth after the human race has achieved quasi-immortality. On his deathbed, Nemo shares his life story with a reporter and reviews the choices he made along the way. Yet even with his last breath, a pivotal decision awaits to conclude his destiny.
I’ll link an (affiliate link) to the movie on Amazon. — -> Mr. Nobody.
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