Another chick-flick. I managed to stick with it for more than halfway through, but finally just couldn't take the sensitive women on one side versus the dense, brains-in-their-parnts men on the other. High production values (representative of money poured into the production by partisan interests.) You might be seduced into watching, and thus into being conditioned - Which is the whole idea, after all. Just get yourself ready - It's all about women's narrative, women's feelings, women's point of view. That isn't necessarily an evil thing in itself, but the dearth of contrasting, intelligent and wise men's narratives in modern film is the problem. In "The Weight of Water" the men are sort of like dogs, the women a bit like saints. Duh. Pass on this movie if you know what I'm talking about; watch it with your eyes open if you don't yet understand. Then, go searching for a man's movie to watch - Something made in the recent half century that's authentically representative of men and not rotting with stereotypes, CGI, combat, violence, car chases, guns, detectives, magical reality cum magical thinking, monsters, zombies. Maybe I'm obligated to suggest some examples in my experience. Treasure of the Sierra Madre, Woman in the Dunes, My Life as a Dog, Mon Oncle, The Purple Plain, The Samurai Trilogy (1950s ver. w/ Toshiro Mifune), Wong Kar-Wai's films (like 2046, Days of Being Wild, Ashes of Time.) Bunny Drops, The Samurai I Loved, Love and Honor, Twilight Samurai, The Hidden Blade. ... Hmmm - Seems like most of what comes to mind are not American films. Beat Takeshi's films too (Hana-Bi is good). Obviously you have to read subtitles and be OK with Black &White most of the time.