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10cf746e54 Elements of this story resonate with larger stories at the heart of the Christian faith, but the filmmakers have introduced so much human detail back into the tale that it confounds the sort of one-to-one symbolic interpretation the "parable version" invites. View Issue Archives Guest / Limited AccessLog in / Subscribe Reviews / Movie Review Home > Movies > Reviews Most ("The Bridge") Ron Reed / January 1, 2003 Our Rating Average Rating1234 (43 user ratings)ADD YOURS Mpaa Rating Not Rated (No sexual content or explicit violence) Genre Drama, ForeignDirected ByBobby Garabedian Run Time29 minutes CastVladimr Javorsk, Linda Rybov, Ladislav Ondrej, Ester Geislerov Theatre ReleaseJanuary 25, 2003 by Eastwind Films Most of us never get the chance to see some of the most compelling movies around, simply because they fall into that oft-overlooked category of "short films." You can tell a lot of story in 20 or 40 minutes, but unless you pad it out to an hour and a half or two, nobody's going to show your movie. External links. Soldier's wife See full cast Edit Storyline Most is the story of a single father who takes his eight year-old son to work with him at the railroad drawbridge where he is the bridge tender. Sign up with Facebook or sign up with email Already have an account? Log in here . Close Log In to Rotten Tomatoes Log in with Facebook OR Log In Forgot your password? Don't have an account? Sign up here . Certified Fresh Movies and TV shows are Certified Fresh with a steady Tomatometer of 75% or higher after a set amount of reviews (80 for wide-release movies, 40 for limited-release movies, 20 for TV shows), including 5 reviews from Top Critics. Subscribers receive full access to the archives. The eastern European tone and setting combined with the moral/relational conundrum at the heart of the story are reminiscent of Kieslowski, particularly the short films in his acclaimed Decalogue project, though there's an unabashed soulfulness here (however understated) that contrasts with the muted emotions of the Polish director's work, and probably renders Most just that much more accessible to a North American audience.
Audience Score Percentage of users who rate a movie or TV show positively. Though it is supposed to arrive an hour later, the train happens to arrive. An Amazon.com company. And then it wasnt. All was well in the state of Denmark. Or rent it at the video store. After friends bully him, he sneaks off to the sick bay, wishing everyone in the world would go away. Valerie Dunham, guest writer 0 tweetlinkemailprint Current Issue June 2016 Standing with Charleston, One Year After the Emanuel AME Church ShootingComing Out at Wheaton CollegeHow God Messed Up My Happy Atheist LifeSubscribeView All Free NewslettersMore Newsletters Christianity Today Direct (Daily) Christianity Today Weekly (Weekly) CT Entertainment (Weekly) The Galli Report (Weekly) Her.meneutics (Weekly) Email Address Subscribe to the selected newsletters. —— No critic reviews yet.