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A concept executed with bravura style, intelligent curiosity, and playful wit. Read full review
Astounding. It is also bizarre, challenging, and, at times, admirably overreaching. In short, it's the kind of ambitious little film that can leave critics in a swoon and American moviegoers scratching their heads. Read full review
Ultimately a rewarding -- if weird -- experience. It's just too bad that it takes so long to get there. Read full review
Has its own peculiar charm. Read full review
It may take a half-hour to get one's bearings, but there's a payoff in the subsequent charm of this nearly wordless, surreal comedy set in a decrepit bathhouse in Bulgaria. Read full review
It is filled with imposing and beautiful imagery, though it becomes increasingly monotonous. Read full review
The film's tone is a matter of taste -- the more you enjoy the melancholy silent comedies of Keaton, Charlie Chaplin and Harold Lloyd, the more likely you are to embrace its sensibility -- but it's undeniably the product of a singular and beautifully realized vision. Read full review
Helmer's wildly whimsical debut film, Tuvalu, is the kind of movie that might one day find itself in the hall of fame of surreal movie weirdness alongside cult favorites like "Eraserhead," "Delicatessen" and the avant-garde frolics of Guy Maddin. Read full review
This one-of-a kind charmer casts an immediate and delightful spell. Read full review
A disappointment, a precious and grotesque exercise reminiscent of Jean-Pierre Jeunet's "Delicatessen," only less amusing. Read full review
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