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Winner - Best Newcomers - Ibiza Int'l Film Festival
"A high quality film and well worth seeing!"
- Cinema Strikes Back
"Choking Man is everything an independent film should be."
- Steven Soderbergh
"Barron's characters pass magically between dimensions!"
- Ronnie Scheib, Variety
Winner - Casa de America Award - San Sebastián Int'l FF
Official Selection - Cannes Film Festival (Directors' Fortnight)
"Seductive! An intimate, richly tactile and impressionistic picture of a 'once-upon-a-time' in childhood."
- Manohla Dargis, The New York Times
"Impressive! Ãvila is an artist worth keeping an eye on."
- David Fear, Time Out New York
"Vibrant! A charming, involving first feature!"
- Alan Scherstuhl, The Village Voice
Official Selection - New York Film Festival
"The big payoffs arrive in a couple of small, understated moments of grace...thanks to Alice Rohrwacher's restrained buildup and direction, they certainly feel well earned."
- Boyd Van Hoeij, Variety
"A quietly impressive feature debut."
- Lee Marshall, Screen Daily
"Captivating! The images of two people, both in search of something heavenly, in this ghostly setting, is powerful, unforgettable stuff."
- Drew Taylor, indieWIRE
Winner - Best New Director - Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars®)
Winner - Best New Actor - Goya Awards (Spanish Oscars®)
"A truly remarkable performance from its lead actor, twelve-year-old Juan José Ballesta, who plays this street urchin in equal parts tough and vulnerable."
- Jamie Russell, BBC
"A wonderful tale [with] amazing portrayals! Emotional and unforgettable!"
- Jen Johans, Film Intuition
"At once subtle and visceral...a measure of faith in the future."
- Leslie Camhi, The Village Voice
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Official Selection - Brussels Film Festival
Official Selection - Santa Barbara Int'l Film Festival
"Luminous! [A] beautifully crafted historical melodrama!""
- Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter
"Director Diane Kurys paints an evocative, witty portrait of love, longing, ideology and desolation in post-World War II France. "
- Marci Schmitt, Minneapolis Star Tribune
"This is engrossing stuff, not only in the remarkable details of the parents' lives, but in the psychological nuance with which Kurys imagines them."
- Ben Sachs, Chicago Reader
"A truly heartfelt and absolutely delightful film, rich with both comic and dramatic episodes, that I would recommend to anyone!"
- Christina Zawadizsky, BookRoom Review
"There's an overall sense of grassroots intimacy [with] beauty at the core."
- Robert Bell, Exclaim.ca
"Inspiring! Powerful [and] delightful!"
- David Crumm, Read the Spirit
Official Selection - New Directors/New Films
"A confident and impressive first fiction feature! Offers a sweetly seductive form of intoxication."
- Neil Young, The Hollywood Reporter
"Striking visuals! Lensing has an iconic power."
- Jay Weissberg, Variety
"In her first feature-length film, director Julia Murat has crafted an elegant still life, with all the poignancy and observation implied."
- Andrew Lapin, NPR
"[Rourke] has the intensity of a religious mystic..."
- Vincent Canby, The New York Times
Official Selection - Toronto Int'l Film Festival
"Both subtle and magnetic...Tahar Rahim [is] one of France's finest young actors...[FREE MEN] contributes a worthy and interesting chapter to the tradition of World War II dramas."
- A. O. Scott, The New York Times
"A testament to Rahim's screen presence...Free Men proves that the can't-take-your-eyes-off-him charisma the Franco-Algerian actor displayed in Jacques Audiard's A Prophet was no fluke."
- David Fear, Time Out New York
"[Tahar Rahim] has an undeniable screen presence that recalls a young Robert DeNiro [and] Lonsadale is, like always, a pleasure to watch."
- Jordan Mintzner, The Hollywood Reporter
Official Selection - Busan Int'l Film Festival
"...A modern tale on contemporary Italy where a love story intertwined with family affairs collides with the materialism of our times."
- Camilla de Marco, Cineuropa
Winner - Best First Feature Film - Berlin Int'l Film Festival