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Critic Reviews for Room
Gadually it slips into the indie paradigm of an alienated soul rushing into darkness, climaxing with a semiabstract montage sequence that's more rhetorical than dramatic.
It ... may be the longest 75-minute film in the history of cinema -- there was a clock check 25 minutes in, after thinking 'this has got to be almost over.'
Expertly moody and foreboding, Room is somewhat less than the sum of its parts, but is nonetheless compelling viewing along the way.
Williams gives a superb performance that recalls Ellen Burstyn's in Darren Aronfsky's much-praised Requiem for a Dream.
A small-scale indie with bountiful ambitions, this resourceful debut ballasts a great deal of conceptual idiosyncrasy ... with strict observations of personality, behavior and the textures of space.
Audience Reviews for Room
Thanks to a gutsy performance by Cyndi Williams, Room is an existential horror film, a parable of the war against terror being waged in one woman's psyche, that very nearly works.
Strange but compelling independent film, and excellent use was made of a low budget. Star Cyndi Williams does a remarkable job in the role and is very well cast. She makes the film work. Different and rewarding.
Too bad you can't give a movie no stars. This thing BLOWS. A nicely paced first half, the second half dwindles out with some sort of visonary piffle. Horrible.
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