And I really hated it.
Which doesn't happen too much to me. Spending 4 prime years of my life studying film has given me the capacity to see a film through many lenses, and to find something redeemable in pretty much anything - if not the film then certainly in the insights it may give as a cultural artifact. Occasionally I see something I think is poorly made, or with a thin plot or unwisely cast or a rip off of someone else's work, but in the same way that you can enjoy the odd junk food meal, a less than perfect film is not a wasted experience.
But beautiful landscapes (of which there are many in this film) were not enough to make me feel like I wouldn't rather have been home asleep.
So that would be, you know, no stars from me.