Critic scores range from 0 to 100, with higher scores indicating more favorable reviews.
As quietly dazzling as a small, very precious stone. Read full review
A realistic drama that looks and feels as inevitably true and moving as a good documentary. Read full review
A high-wire act, treading a thin line of truth between hokum and homilies. You hold your breath, waiting to see if the filmmakers misstep, but they never do. Read full review
All three men turn in superb and understated performances. Read full review
Very little actually happens in the movie. There are no cathartic breakdowns or soul-changing epiphanies. Instead, we're offered a collection of small moments that feel so familiar, they remind us how false most films really are. Read full review
A well-built machine that dunks you into a big warm vat of sadness. There's no plot: It's a situation drama. Instead of punch lines, it delivers regular shots of heartbreak. Read full review
The movie is not plot-driven, for which we must be thankful, because to force their feelings into a plot would be a form of cruelty. The whole point is that these lives have no plot. Read full review
Ultimately undercut by its fictional elements and its flat characters. Read full review
So much is unspoken and this slice of reality is so thin and slow as to make the film downright unsatisfying. Read full review
It's dreadful, but it's a special kind of dreadful -- the kind designed to appeal to intelligent people on principle. Read full review
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