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For the filmmakers, who wins or loses means little. The ongoing ritual of small-town American life is all.
What makes 45365 special is its eye for the infinite diversity within a superficially monotonous pattern.
The first shot tells us "45365 is the zip code of the town." In this achingly beautiful film, that zip code belongs to Sidney, Ohio, a handsome town of about 20,000 residents.
Directors Turner Ross and Bill Ross IV, brothers and native sons of Sidney, find poetry in images of the mundane.
[A] lyrical, loving documentary.
Strange, disorienting and unexpectedly affectionate.
This movie skates over the surface of the lives it witnessed without rhyme or reason. Without any depth, it becomes a frustrating exercise for those of us who don't live there.
Crafts a symphonic sense of time and place, and in doing so locates the profound in the prosaic.
A quietly enchanting, captivating, visually striking and narration-less mosaic of Sidney, Ohio.
American small-town life is the subject of this interesting, stunningly photographed but less than profound documentary.
The overall effect is almost hypnotic.
An exhaustively detailed, entrancing journey, crafted with love for everything from raindrops on a windshield to a cheesy Elvis impersonator.
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