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This short and simple film is beautiful not only in its emotionally-honest story but in its cinematography.
the writer-director, Dorota Kedzierzawska, working with a gifted cinematographer (Arthur Reinhart), brings a light, fluid touch to Wrona's adventures (the beach scenes look especially magical).
A brief and powerful mood piece, with the concentration and purity of a fine short story.
A neatly observed mood piece about a prepubescent tyke's day on the lam.
The film might seem a little too studiously poetic were it not for young Karolina Ostrozona's performance: vibrant, touching, natural, and totally free of sentimentality.
As affecting as this is in spots, it often seems overextended, even though it's only 72 minutes long. Still, you're not likely to forget it.
The overwhelming impression is one of loneliness, sadness and suppressed fear: running at only 67 minutes, this is a strange, small, flawed gem.
Crows is a superbly crafted poetic ode to the loss of innocence and the search for love in a cruel universe.
Ms. Ostrozna's self-possessed performance is a strong one, but the film's quiet minimalism yields little complexity and few surprises.
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