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The patience of the audience - and the characters - is further tried by the leaden pacing, which makes the film feel like it was shot in slow motion.
Ms. Kirkland - a headstrong veteran performer who is nothing if not game - has proved that she can play this kind of role in her sleep. If only the movie around it were worthy of her efforts.
Archaeology of a Woman is a decidedly well-made, unnerving film.
A lot of good intentions and artistic courage went into Archaeology, but they never come together in a coherent whole.
Mysterious, suspenseful, engrossing and foreboding. Sally Kirkland gives an unflinchingly raw, tender performance.
Plot holes aside, Archaeology offers powerful performances from the female leads, who also happen to be incredibly convincing as mother and daughter.
It purports to be an incisive character study dramatized through outré "dream logic," but Sharon Greytak's ineptitude at this very Lynchian aesthetic sucks all nuance and spirit out of the film.
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