Monday, June 26, 2017

'Life Of Significant Soil' DVD Review

Conor (Alexis Mouyiari) and Addison (Charlotte Bydwell) are in a relationship. Like most relationships there has been good and bad. The couple are beginning to look at their relationship in a way that it may be falling apart. The pair begin to believe that they are trapped. They both believe that they may find a way to escape. What begins to happen is the two of them believe that this may be the last day of their relationship.

What makes this somewhat interesting is that they feel as if they are repeating this last day over and over. They see that their relationship goes through love to animosity back to love over and over again. They begin to believe that all this is taking place in smaller increments of time. As this goes on they feel that the monotony of their relationship will never end.

The look at relationships and how it changes over time makes this a very interesting movie to watch. Many people simply live day to day in relationships that both people know is coming to an end or has ended but stay together simply because they believe they have to. Conor and Addison are two people who want to work at saving their relationship but both agree that as they continue over and over going through the same feelings that it would probably be better to simply end it. Just when you think that the two will walk away love creeps it's way back into their existence.

Candy Factory Films brings this interesting film to DVD on June 27th, 2017. The quality of the DVD is excellent and the sights and sounds are exquisite. For many of us in relationships we all come to a point in said relationship. We come to this same place as Conor and Addison. We have the knowledge in ourselves that we try to fix and resolve issues of our relationships. This film acts it out and is very entertaining to boot. This will make an excellent addition to that personal library. So pick this one up and enjoy.