Summary: Movies linking different stories taking place all over the world are usually are praised for the interweaving plot coming together with some big revelation. Think about Babel, universally praised for mixing intercontinental tragedy. I liked it moderately, as it was a bit too gloomy, and I would not put it in my top-ten list.
Summary: Some movies with seemingly connecting stories about central themes may succeed, like Pulp Fiction, but 360 doesn't seem to live up to that completely. The whole movie is like a dozen or so separate stories intertwined into one motion picture, so I can't judge the whole movie as a whole.
Summary: Like the film Eyes Wide Shut, which was based on Arthur Schnitzler's Traumnovelle, 360 is another weird adaptation of an Arthur Schnitzler work. Schnitzler's play, La Ronde (also known as Reigen in German) is set in 1890's Vienna and focuses on the bizarre hypocrisy necessary to maintain the proper veneer required by polite society in regard to the rules of marriage, fidelity, and sexual Like the film Eyes Wide Shut, which was based on Arthur Schnitzler's Traumnovelle,...
Summary: Oh boy, what is more fun than a choppy vignette movie, filmed in multiple languages, and on two continents? I like cinema because it allows me to escape from everyday life. I am not interested in trying to decipher a multi-lingual chess match poorly played.