Acts of Worship (2003)
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Critic Reviews for Acts of Worship
Has all the hallmarks of a high-quality independent production, where real-life texture and genuine emotion more than compensate for lack of polish.
For better and worse, Rosemary Rodriguez's directing debut feels just like what it is -- a drama about addiction made by a recovering addict.
Rosemary Rodriguez makes a worthy debut with this troubling tale of a young druggie struggling to survive on the streets of the East Village.
Despite its crudeness, the film has a number of scenes that are so real they hurt.
Digna's struggle with sellout guilt is way more interesting than Alix's boilerplate dissembly, but ultimately Digna's just a pawn in the moralist checkmate.
Audience Reviews for Acts of Worship
The story is predictable, but Reeder's performance is painfully convincing and the East Village locations so uniformly grimy that they all but weep despair.
It started off a bit on the slow side.. I didn't really care about the character at first.. but at some point it changed completely ... Very well done..
I watched this movie after watching The Basketball Diaries and I thought this movie was more real, emotionally moving, and had an ending which I could not have guessed. This is one of my all-time favorite movies and I love the actors and the relationships. It is deep and dark....true depiction of addiction.
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