There were times whilst watching ‘Her’ that I was neither convinced by concept nor execution, but it’s a film which has been slowly evolving in my brain ever since and convincing me more and more that it’s actually a really clever piece of poignant film making. Perhaps it’s the subject matter, perhaps it’s the futuristic, contemporary backdrop; I’m a sucker for that kind of thing. Then again, perhaps it’s the sincerity of the relationship played out, no matter how unbelievable at times, resonating on a deep level. ‘Her’ when you really sit down and think about it though, is a very excellent tale of true love and loss. Some will dismiss it out of hand and I can actually understand that, but it’s one which continues to live with me long after the final credits have rolled.


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