A teenage boy tries to help a girl who’s bullied at school. He tries to get closer to her, and after a while, she begins to trust him. What’s her story?
I must say I miss the old SABU. I’ve never been a big fan of his more serious movies. He sometimes tries too hard to be philosophical, and he forgets to fill big plot holes in some of his scripts.
A teenage boy steps up when a girl who’s younger than him is bullied at school. She has a hard time communicating with others, but step by step, she gets better when he and some others treat her like a normal human being.
But where is the school? Why aren’t the teachers interested in helping her? Isn’t that their duty to help a student who is bullied at school and contact her parents? There are some big plot holes here that are hard to overlook. Get a grip, SABU!
SABU can be boring with his storytelling and dialogue. The movie has a lot of boring and repetitive dialogue. It should also have been 30 minutes shorter. In the first 90 minutes, there’s not much going on here. Some of the scenes with the protagonist talking to the girl are just too long. They are 10 to 15 minutes long. It feels like you are watching a romantic anime episode with silly dialogue. You also get the impression that the movie is aimed at teenage girls. But trust me, they will get a big surprise in the last 30 minutes of the movie.
And then we have the crazy conclusion. The movie completely changes direction in the last half-hour, but I don’t want to spoil anything. But come on, this is just crazy! Where in God’s name are the adults in this world? The plot goes off the rails, and it’s just hard to accept the change of direction. Because in the first 90 minutes, this is just a normal drama movie that focuses on bullying and a new start and reprogramming of a broken human mind.
My Blood & Bones in a Flowing Galaxy is a mess of a movie. It’s sort of boring with the generic story about bullying. And it’s too crazy and violent in the last half hour when it changes genres. That was a mistake in my eyes. So this is a movie that’s hard to sell. I’m not sure who the target audience is.
Please SABU, make some energetic and fun movies again! Please! I know you can do it!