I’ve seen “Road to Perdition” when it came to the movies. A couple of years later I bought the DVD and saw it few more times. But somehow it happened that I never described on this blog how beautiful this movie is.
It’s a piece of art. Nothing more, nothing else. It feels like nothing happened by itself in this movie. Everything has its reason, and everything has been placed appropriately by the makers of this film. The story, the acting, the directing, the sound and visuals – all of these work in harmony with each other. And like any other talented piece of art, “Road to Perdition” can be watched over and over and over and again.
I particularly enjoy the atmosphere of the 1930s. Clothes, hats, cars, buildings – these all worked very well for the film. It was also interesting to see how modern faces could be transformed into personalities of the past – Tom Hanks, Daniel Craig, and even Paul Newman, although he is a bit of a veteran.
Overall, a solid 9 out of 10.