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Joshua Tree, 1951: A Portrait of James Dean Reviews

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Richard Knight
Windy City Times

Mishory's film walks the same forlorn street as that of Bruce Weber's 1988 Chet Baker documentary, Let's Get Lost, and shares its palpable fascination for an iconic individual cursed by both beauty and artistic genius.

Full Review Source: Windy City Times

July 16, 2013
David Wiegand
San Francisco Chronicle
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The movie is art and borders on art-film pretentiousness here and there, but there's no question that it's also mesmerizing and sexy.

Full Review Source: San Francisco Chronicle

July 16, 2013
Terrence Butcher
PopMatters

Matthew Mishory's A Portrait of James Dean: Joshua Tree, 1951, some will argue, is a triumph of style over substance.

Full Review Source: PopMatters | Original Score: 6/10

July 16, 2013
Alissa Simon
Variety
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A prologue featuring French poet Rimbaud underlines Mishory's vision of the American actor as part of a line of iconoclastic artists. But his pre-fame Dean seems more sullen brat than talented maverick.

Full Review Source: Variety

January 22, 2013
Jessica Baxter
Film Threat

Its beauty is marred whenever it opens its mouth.

Full Review Source: Film Threat | Original Score: 2/5

January 22, 2013
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