DVD - 2014
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Set in a parallel universe, Comet bounces back and forth over the course of an unlikely but perfectly paired couple's six-year relationship. When a chance encounter brings together the cynical Dell (Long) and the quick-witted Kimberly (Rossum), the stage is set for a tempestuous love affair that unfolds like a puzzle. As the film zigzags back and forth in time-from a meteor shower in LA, to an encounter in a Paris hotel room, to a fateful phone call-an unforgettable portrait of a relationship emerges. Sumptuously shot and boasting incredible chemistry between the leads, Comet is a one-of-a-kind cosmic love story.
Publisher: Australia : 2014. Reel DVD,
Branch Call Number: DVD COME
Characteristics: 1 DVD-video (approximately 87 min.)


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Nov 01, 2017

A very different take on a typical romance movie. I would not call it a "rom-com" as it is a fairly serious movie that explores the depths of being in a relationship. I will agree that the thin budget for this film is noticeable, but despite that, there were some beautiful moments of cinematography and great writing by Sam Esmail. I won't spoil anything at all, but I loved the ending moment the very best. Make sure you watch this one all the way through!!!

Nov 21, 2015

An art-house film that explored the relationship of a young pair of lovers who freely expressed their feelings with witty banters. Too bad the film was made with bare-bones budget and reduced to insert annoying cigarette smoking in unseemly moments.

KittyMoonshine Oct 10, 2015

The story follows the relationship of two people from the time they met to the time they break up, flipping between past, present and future scenarios. The style and story is not original, but the acting is solid enough. You can believe Justin and Emily are a real couple.


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ArapahoeZoey Aug 08, 2016

Kimberly: You don't deserve me. I can tell.
Dell: That's perfect. I want someone I don't deserve.

Nov 21, 2015

Dell: Kimberly... I used to find it really annoying you said 'so' all the time. Bugged the shit out of me. And I... I love it. I love it now. After we have sex and you shrug your shoulders and you say 'I'm here all week!,' - love that. I love that a single strand of your hair can fall so perfectly to the side and you don't even know. I love the little blue veins behind your eyes. I love your eyes. Knowing you goes down as easily the best thing that's ever happened to me. Easily. If I were a restaurant, you'd be my special, but nobody could order you, 'cause I'd just want you to be mine, just all mine. Not in, like, a biblical slavery-owning sense, or a pimp-prostitute dynamic of "you be mine, bitch," but... but just in that... you're my love. You're my love. But my favorite thing of all: I like you 'cause you like me. ...

Nov 21, 2015

Dell: I don't belong in a world where we don't end up together.

Dell: I never thought love was real, now I think life isn't real without it

Kim: Kimberly: You know how there's time-based art? Movies, music, plays- it's all time-based art. There's a beginning and a middle and an end. and you have to see it from beginning to end. You're restrained to that time line, that way of experiencing it. But then there's paintings, no beginning, no middle, no end. You see what you want to see when you want to see it. No restrictions. It's just there.

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