Particles of Truth (2003)
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Critic Reviews for Particles of Truth
While the film demonstrates some potential on the part of its filmmaker, especially in the acting department, it ultimately lacks the singularity to make it stand out among the glut of similarly themed entries.
This pretentiously titled, zero-budget N.Y. indie airily pulls off what Hollywood mightily strives for -- a believable romantic comedy.
One of those painfully earnest -- and pretentious -- little indies in which a pair of emotional cripples neatly resolve all of their problems within 48 hours of meeting each other.
Transcends its own considerable self-indulgence with sweet, believably tormented performances.
A complicated drama that explores the efforts of two oddballs to escape the limitations of their birth families and forge distinctive lives of their own.
Audience Reviews for Particles of Truth
good movie, its not action packed or anything like that, but watching it goes pretty fast and the ending/meaning in the movie is good.
Particles of Truth is very nearly a masterpeice of art in itself. This story of life, art and dysfunction winds together into a brilliantly thought out magnification of everyones fears, pain and insecurities. The film closes in on exactly each visual image needed to bring the point home. I am shocked that anyone who calls themselves an appreciator of art and film would rate this film as pretentious or unfulfilling in its message. I truly believe that those who didnt absolutely love this film have no eyes from which to see this particular peice of art. Jennifer Elster brilliantly brought the art of the human psyche onto the screen and expressed it perfectly.
I had hoped more for this movie. It was underwhelming and pretentious. Its only redeeming quality is Gale Harold, who is an absolute God.
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