Bull Reviews

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May 22, 2019
The fact that this never comes across as maudlin is tribute to a director who knows her way through dark places, and a pair of actors who can create a quiet storm.
May 15, 2019
Compared to Zhao's ethereal achievement, "Bull" is more of an understated footnote that applies the same tropes to the framework of a less sophisticated narrative. It's an engrossing entry all the same...
May 15, 2019
Too often, "Bull" leaves us on the outside of what Kris is going through, peering through windows that reflect what we already know about her experience.
May 15, 2019
A poignantly restrained feature debut.
June 8, 2019
Bull is about solitude and struggle in an alienating world.
May 29, 2019
Silverstein takes Bull by the horns and drags us into this world, making us feel a part of these characters, witnessing their strengths and weakness as they come to grips with the challenges of life in their Texas town.
May 28, 2019
Silverstein combines the documentary and the fictional with striking elegance, coherence, ductility, fluidity and sensitivity. [Full Review in Spanish]
May 24, 2019
"Lost souls who find solace in each other" is such a hoary old subject for a film, but with Bull Annie Silverstein manages to find something fresh and involving in the format, not least because she mostly manages to avoid cliche.
May 23, 2019
Bull is the perfect kind of story to usher in a new understanding of friendship, humanity, and coping.
May 22, 2019
The co-lead performances often soar, especially in simple and subtle moments from a wisely minimalist screenplay by Silverstein and Johnny McAllister.
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