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The Wall is no endurance test; rather, it presents the facts of the case, adding an eerie low hum to the soundtrack whenever Gedeck's character edges near her outer limits. Read full review
A sublime meditation on solitude. Read full review
Julian Roman Pölsler's bewitching debut manages to be at once a creepy sci-fi parable, a feminist Robinson Crusoe and a clear-eyed ode to the wonders of nature experienced in solitude. Walden pond with added wall. Read full review
Call it a landlocked variant on Robinson Crusoe, but it’s a hypnotic one, with a sense of mystery and interior life that are all its own. Read full review
The Wall is a remarkably involving film, especially given its brave, self-imposed limitations. Read full review
Bleak and beautiful, harrowing yet also curiously stirring, The Wall (“Die Wand”) is a stunning tale of isolation and survival that unfolds in a wild and silent world. Read full review
The Wall winds up as a captivating fable, an end-times scenario that’s more about the survival of the spirit than the body. Read full review
The photography is often lovely, and Ms. Gedeck convincingly portrays a woman who as the ordeal stretches on month after month seems to be gradually losing her individuality and blending into the landscape. Read full review
Though complementary, the pic’s images and voiceover never quite fuse into a single whole. Read full review
For all its stellar nature photography, its low hum of suspense, and Gedeck's raw and affecting performance, the film often feels like an illustrated audiobook rather than narrative drama. Read full review
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