«In the Aisles» is a poignant and richly sympathetic film. full of tender observation and humane empathy. director Thomas Stuber to follow the straight, uncomplicated lines of a burgeoning love affair. he lands on a consoling, if hardly revolutionary conclusion: however unlovely and impersonal the conditions in which this modern world places us, we’ll find a way to fall in love, and so to transform them. we humans are funny like that.
the functional, unpersonalised area of office or factory or shopfloor is where many or most spend their days, and some people, perhaps particularly men, are not-so-secretly in love with the workplace as an arena of freedom, where the messy entanglements of domestic life can be left behind. and we can spend years, and decades, in intimate proximity with certain people, working alongside them, and yet not have the smallest idea what their home lives are like and what they are like when they are at home; and might moreover come to realise that we are an enigma to our co-workers and even ourselves.
What the movie...
I don't had ever cried while watch the movies
But this movie was.. kind of.. i can't explain well
I can assure The movie is the greatest in my life movie
Absolutely Recommend !