Indeed a curious case

March 7, 2009

backclockmoving2I can’t help dropping a line on ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ – a touching journey on aging in reverse. No matter in which direction the clock goes, one never knows what the next moment brings. The play of both Cate Blanchett and Brad Pitt, as well as their stories make one think of love, humanity and most of all – transiency. Image: counter-clockwise

3 Responses to “Indeed a curious case”


  1. […] Gray” novel (2007) remotely reminded me of the sad story of The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’s movie […]


  2. […] topic of aging – be it as in ‘The Curious Case of Benjamin Button’ – aging in reverse or not aging at all and forever staying at 29 as in the Age of Adaline […]


  3. […] my view there is something fascinating about clocks going backwards. From this movie on the topic to coming across such a clock in a least expected place. I can’t help thinking what […]


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