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Delicate, intelligent and honest. Read full review
A compelling family melodrama somewhat in the manner of late John Cassavetes or early Robert Altman…the film combines high production values, terrific acting and a distinctively American lyricism in a combination you hardly ever see these days. Read full review
The song may be somewhat familiar, but Sach gets understated performances from his entire cast and finds interesting harmonies as they play out their clashing duets. Read full review
Director Ira Sachs moves to the rhythms of his native Memphis, teasing emotional resonance out of geography. Read full review
Rip Torn gives his best performance in years. Read full review
A slow seduction. Read full review
I despised the character of Alan James so sincerely that I had to haul back at one point to remind myself that, hey, I've met Rip Torn and he's a nice guy and he's only acting. Read full review
A drab, minor-key melodrama. Read full review
Rip Torn and Darren Burrows respectively over- and underplay their hands in this archly restrained Memphis melodrama. Read full review
Repetitive interaction between characters in an aimless story can't hold up the film's weight, and it eventually collapses on its noble attempt to capture life's frustrations and compromises. Read full review
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