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Andrea Picard

Andrea Picard
Andrea Picard's reviews only count toward the Tomatometer when published at the following Tomatometer-approved publication(s): Cinema Scope

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Rating T-Meter Title | Year Review
59% Film socialisme (2011) As he becomes increasingly removed from society but with a sharpened gaze, Godard's painting grows ever more pertinent, exquisite and moving... ‐ Cinema Scope
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56% The Feature (2008) Its pseudo-fiction saves the film from itself in a perverse kind of way.‐ Cinema Scope
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No Score Yet Low Life (2011) ... the film eludes its own present by conflating France's pressing issue of the day-Sarkozy's puerile and abhorrent approach to immigration-with a '60s-era verve for revolution.‐ Cinema Scope
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No Score Yet Ocaso (2010) ... Ocaso is structured around the elemental: earth, fire, water, and air, all under the sign of destruction.‐ Cinema Scope
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No Score Yet Aita (Father) (2010) ... Aitá was a delightful surprise, even if at times a bit studied and self-conscious.‐ Cinema Scope
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No Score Yet Mille soleils (2014) ... Atlantiques renders its subject in elliptical fragments, within an abstracted spatio-temporal realm charged with a mournful yet restlessly hopeful intensity.‐ Cinema Scope
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No Score Yet Provenance (2013) ... American artist-filmmaker Amie Siegel's most recent and most ambitious multi-film project.‐ Cinema Scope
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91% No Home Movie (2016) Both elliptical and tryingly quotidian, No Home Movie is a shattering contemplation of loss and grief as much as it is a search for identity and calm... ‐ Cinema Scope
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65% Slack Bay (Ma loute) (2017) ... the provocative Ma Loute is in parts subversive, perverse, and politically incorrect, while it fashions a bifurcated study of good and evil, love and hate, and, ultimately, social injustice and the sheer vulgarity of vanity itself.‐ Cinema Scope
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100% The Dreamed Ones (2016) One of the year's dreamiest films is also one of the most elegantly and ingeniously realized films on longing... ‐ Cinema Scope
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77% The Day After (Geu-hu) (2017) ... an oeuvre whose variations on a self-reflexive theme have increasingly become more revealing, more raw, and also more devastating.‐ Cinema Scope
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