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All Critics (34)
| Top Critics (5)
| Fresh (30)
| Rotten (4)
| DVD (1)
Brings deft emotional nuance to the seemingly inexhaustibly complex relationship between individual identity and family ties.
A frustratingly fragmented yet warmly intimate portrait of an evolving bond that frays but doesn't sever.
Grippingly plotted and exquisitely thoughtful, 52 Tuesdays is a poignant reminder that neither confusion nor crisis is doomed to be calamitous.
The sensitively observed drama is distinguished by its structurally adventurous approach and the intimacy of its storytelling.
Demonstrates a willingness to experiment that bodes well for future endeavors.
Hyde and her screenwriter Matthew Cormack tackle all this with persuasive confidence, conveying subtly, and with periodic comedy,
The desire to look - at others and at oneself - is taken for granted as a natural and healthy one in 52 Tuesdays.
[Fifty-Two Tuesdays] is the rare Australian film that actually has something to say.
It's an imperfect but remarkable little film, and it gives us the chance to see, in Cobham-Hervey, the birth of a star.
Rough around the edges but sophisticated where it counts.
There are interesting moments throughout and the performances of the non-professional cast, particularly Cobham-Hervey, are very good.
There's a candid urgency to it, and an engaging, mercurial lead from Tilda Cobham-Hervey as Billie.
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