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It's a fascinating story, fascinatingly told. Read full review
The film's emotional and psychological textures suffer for those losses, but Family is still riveting viewing. Read full review
Leaves a lot of questions unanswered, which is frustrating, but it gets high marks for honesty. Read full review
Julia Ivanova, a Canadian filmmaker, doesn't judge Olga; she refuses to see her through the eyes of a presumably better-off first-world citizen.
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Though only 85 minutes, the film captures an entire, bewilderingly extended family and way of life inside a sturdy frame. Read full review
There's no organizing principle in Ivanova's documentary, which unfolds in a ragged, seat-of-the-pants style that mirrors its subject's day-to-day life all too closely. Nenya's flock proves too big for the film to wrangle. Read full review
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