Village Voice

Frindel can't rescue Kagel from marginalization as a New Agey preacher man, but he does portray this hippest of all Krishnas as someone who deeply believes in the self-sacrificing mantra he chants, even if the very act of starring in a film seems to threaten it.
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The Globe and Mail (Toronto)

If we don’t have it all figured out, the story is charismatic enough. It is told in a level-headed way which avoids the emotional high highs and low lows – which is, as one of the film’s gurus advises his followers, the way to do it.
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Time Out New York

By Nick Schager
Modest and affecting, it’s a portrait of the possibility of finding peace, contentment and self through both music and spirituality.
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Arizona Republic

By Bill Goodykoontz
It’s easy to roll your eyes at what we see in “One Track Heart,” but harder to dismiss the happiness and peace on display here.
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The New York Times

By David DeWitt
One Track Heart is too hagiographic to dive into messy spots, where truth tends to live.
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The Hollywood Reporter

By Frank Scheck
Despite the performer’s engaging charisma, One Track Heart ultimately lacks the contextual depth to make it more than mildly interesting.
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Slant Magazine

By Drew Hunt
The overall product doesn't reveal anything about its subject that a Wikipedia page couldn't do just as well.
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Los Angeles Times

By Sheri Linden
Insights are few in this fan letter of a documentary.
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49 out of 100
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