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A quiet gem.
Said to be intended as a reflection on shifts in Turkish history and identity, it is too diffuse and withholding to add up to a cogent result.
it's characteristic of the restless verve and spirit of Mizrahi's filmmaking that she doesn't let his piece settle into fatalism or sentimentality.
A slow burn look at memory and reality, hope and forgiveness.
Maybe it's not a bad film, objectively, but I don't have any reason to recommend it.
This is an intimate and contemplative film that seeks to gently observe and listen.
Director Shevaun Mizrahi's documentary Distant Constellation is a master class in the art of the portrait.
Intriguing but frustrating documentary about residents in an Istanbul retirement home grappling with memory and mortality.
The power of Distant Constellation is not what it tells you. It's what you observe.
A dream-like and playful documentary that studies old age and memory.
In general, although it is a very elegant and endearing documentary, it gives the impression that something much more powerful could have been achieved at the thematic level. [Full Review in Spanish]
It's utterly tragic (his vanity, his desire, his hopelessness) and indicative of a film that's both unapologetic and compassionate.
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