Dear Wendy Reviews

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June 21, 2007
Leave it to the Dogme brothers to do a strange, darkly comedic tale about a posse of dandies that fall in love with their guns.
August 25, 2006
Naive, corruptible, lonely young man meets femme fatale, and it all leads, inevitably, absurdly, to destruction.
January 6, 2006
you won't know whether to laugh, cry, or moon the screen. Von Trier shoots, von Trier scores.
October 20, 2005
Wendy might have a bizarre sense of locale and idolatry, but the imagination of the filmmakers is just enough to help swallow their incredibly condescending posturing.
September 28, 2005
Baroque gun-toting fantasy and an uneasy sound track by the 1960s Zombies make this the heavy teen self-destruct flick of the year.
September 23, 2005
Vinterberg takes von Trier's witty, ironic screenplay, which explores the American fascination with firearms, and builds from it an elegant, explosive black comedy that adds a wry nod to that disappearing genre, the Western.
September 23, 2005
It's an obvious point, one made all the more maddening for its can't-be-denied quality and its artful, strangely lovelorn aura of sadness.
September 23, 2005
It's so entertaining that even a die-hard NRA member might be impressed.
September 22, 2005
A pastiche of Hollywood western themes and characters woven into a modern-day morality play about the mystique of handguns in seen from a distant European mirror
September 22, 2005
A weird, beautifully made, stirringly acted movie. But also a frustrating movie that feels like a very artfully written but poorly thought out high schooler's blog harangue.
September 22, 2005
An allegory on guns and violence in America that is all the more resounding for its acutely observed foreigners' perspective.
September 22, 2005
The best picture of the year (so far).
September 20, 2005
Even pacificsts love guns.
September 15, 2005
Dear Wendy starts out as an inspired test case for the continued necessity of the Second Amendment, and only near the end does it lose some of its tightly concentrated focus.
September 9, 2005
Although Dear Wendy, like most things Von Trier's name is attached to these days, has been widely attacked for selling a nave and ersatz version of American gun culture, what's most interesting about it is just how unapologetically unreal it is.
August 29, 2005
Instigante e extremamente divertido, acaba se revelando uma espcie de 'primo' do fabuloso Clube da Luta, com o qual divide alguns temas importantes.
August 14, 2005
Could very well be the best work of both von Trier and Vinterberg; sensuous filmmaking, an intelligent script, an excellent cast and soundtrack.
August 12, 2005
An exaggerated representation of where a fringe group's gun obsession takes them.
August 7, 2005
Vinterberg pulls out the stops for an impressive climax and has one or two genuine surprises up his sleeve.
August 7, 2005
Never quite hits the high von Trier struck with Dogville last year, but it succeeds in being both original and moving.
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