Doll House Review
Doll House is a roller coaster ride of feelings. In the end, though, the story is about family and second chances. This twist of the story caught us completely off guard. As we follow Rustin on his path to rebirth and redemption, these two themes weave in and out of each other with relative ease.
Along the way, we get to empathize with and root for Rustin, a guy who is torn between the consequences of his actions and the desire to make up for his mistakes. It's based on a basic notion that most people are already familiar with, but it still manages to hit you emotionally. Everyone has, in some way, evolved into a Rustin throughout the course of their own lives. We all have moments and parts of our lives where we wish we could get our own back, even if it's not quite as the movie makes it out to be. For us to get up out of the ashes of our past mistakes and stop being penalized for them. Thus, Doll House has an approachable quality. Given the film's star, Giesler, the audience cannot escape the feeling that they are watching a true-to-life event. Therefore, Doll House ventures into the domain of being very honest in order to convey a message that is really personal not just for us as viewers but also for some of the cast members of the film.
There is nothing novel or significantly different in Doll House, as previously mentioned. Despite its apparent lack of complexity, the film successfully manipulates our feelings and focus however it sees fit. The emphasis on family is what's responsible for this outcome. His long-lost relatives are the inspiration for Rustin's comeback. Yes, there may also be some self-pity due to his failure as a musician, but the guilt that has been growing up inside of him is the primary motivation to improve himself. This may be the case at first, but truly unconditional love ultimately triumphs over feelings of guilt and compulsion to take responsibility. In one of the scene's highlights, we see and hear from Rustin's perspective as he is overtaken with real emotion and tears as he sees his daughter apply for a talent event. Overall, the film's emotional quality is best described as raw, unfiltered, and unhinged—but in a good way. It's not simply an approachable film; it also feels authentic and true to life. When it comes to this, Doll House truly shines.
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The following are the lessons I gleaned from the Netflix original film "Doll House."
Regret is a source of EXTREME suffering.
Second, your spouse should be one of your top priorities.
Third, loved ones should never be seen as a chore but rather as a blessing.
We all have our CAPABILITIES and RESTRICTIONS.
Friends come and go, but family is forever.
Spending time with KIDS is never a waste of time.
All commitments should be honored.
No matter how great a father you have, you will make mistakes.
ADDICTION destroys connections, meaning, and hopes.
Enjoy life by focusing on the things that truly matter.
Therefore, whatever we do has an impact on our lives. In the meantime, let's enjoy ourselves to the fullest. Above all else, value your time with loved ones.
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The movie was so good. It made me cry like a baby. I felt the regret of the father and the forgiveness of the daughter was so unbelievable. This is indeed one of my favourite Filipino movies. I heard the actor undergo the same situation wherein he became a drug addict, went to rehab and then relapsed, and now he's back. I hope he continues what he's doing, knowing that he is doing what he is best at.