Laconic, lost in memory but focused, Stanton slowly opens up to filmmaker-interviewer Sophie Huber.
| Original Score: 3/4
It adds up to an unexpectedly moving portrait of a maverick at twilight.
Harry Dean Stanton is a marvelous actor and, at least from a visual standpoint, a marvelous camera subject. He's not much of a talker, though.
| Original Score: B-
At the film's heart is a fitful conversation that unfolds like a string of koans, epigrams, jokes and silences. And songs.
| Original Score: 3.5/5
Huber responds to Stanton's languid opacity in ways both inspired... and insipid.
| Original Score: 3/5
A film that's in perfect sync with its subject.
You won't learn much, but you'll be strangely happy that you didn't.
Engaging documentary tribute to the craggy character-actor and his five-decade career is elevated by classy visuals and a nicely relaxed, casual tone.