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Terrific performances rescue it, from Adams' wounded exhaustion to Pais's comical confusion and Walker's furious defiance, all hurled against Morton's patient 'listening' and advice.
Lifelines is an insufferably over-familiar take on angst in affluent suburbia.
Lifelines is a tiny movie, made for $385,000, but it strikes enough strange chords to make it resonate.
Written and directed by Rob Margolies, Lifelines starts promisingly, but soon gives way to a compressed, schematic psychodrama endemic.
Most of the movie is merely excruciating, until a late revelation elevates it into the realm of the sublimely ludicrous.
The film's befuddling direction and tone, queasy HD interiors, and tin-eared, often preposterous, screenplay prove disastrous.
Although its really not much more than a 94 minute therapy session for the dysfunctional family from hell, this psycho-dramedy does have something going for it, with several nicely etched performances and some pungent scenes.
A refreshingly honest, intelligent and captivating drama brimming with warmth, tenderness and razor-sharp humor.
One of the most exquisite images on screen this year was the lovely face of the brilliantly talented Jane Adams, who plays the mother of a profoundly dysfunctional family.
Lifelines pitches its tone of suburban purgatory early, with nerve-wrecked matriarch Nancy staring at the camera while sing-songy yearning for a rope to hang herself with.
Coming to grips with the sin of repression.
The first hour of "Lifelines" (AKA Wherever You Are) is as powerful as any movie I've seen in a long time.
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