The Ballad of Buster Scruggs
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Super-lo-fi yet highly emotional.
This deeply moving documentary will melt the heart of anyone who sees it.
A poignant, powerful tale of first love and untimely death as well as a practical, frankly undeniable, plea for marriage equality.
[A] simply told but exceptionally moving documentary.
A gripping documentary that pivots on brutal familial homophobia ...
Cheap and positively dripping in saccharine nonsense.
Affecting interview content builds into a sweet picture of two young people who briefly seemed to have the world at their feet.
Bloodworth Thomason's film is effective because it tells one couple's story and allows it to implicitly represent thousands of others.
Monotonous, self-serving and downright mawkish. True, no one should have to go through what Shane Bitney Crone has gone through to keep his late potential husband's memory alive...but no one should have to watch it in such excruciating detail either.
Highly emotional, even sentimental...
Sure it could have been less drippy and relied less on talking heads, but this documentary at least makes up for that with the strength of what it tells: a heartbreaking story about a stupid death, the pain that comes with it and the intolerance of religious people.
Heartbreaking. An important document of the realities of discrimination. Put together in a very competent manner.
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