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Ultimately, "Fast Color's" thesis is more inspirational than the film, which often seems like it, too, is struggling to swirl itself into something more solid.
It's not a superhero movie by any standard definition, but Ruth's journey is a heroic one all the same.
A tightwire-act of a film that's ostensibly a superhero origin story while also feeling like it's about us mere mortals at the same time.
Makes for a different type of superhero movie.
Julia Hart has crafted a fantastic low-fi science fiction film that features three strong women who are trying to find their place in a world that both fears them and requires the powers that they wield.
Fast Color is mighty strong stuff.
Fast Color gives us a look into a new age of superhero films, where powers are used to compliment simple but powerful human stories.
This is sci-fi which trusts its audience to fill in the blanks and do just a little bit of the heavy lifting, and it's better off for it.
The thematic structure revolves around intimacy and all of its principal cast members give heart-filling performances.
Perhaps a more nuanced and understated picture that wasn't so quick to broaden its scope might have made for a more compelling experience.
A story about identity and responsibilities that illuminates on screen through the commanding performances of its female led cast. What's extra special is that the women are Black, which is rare in the sci-fi genre.
The movie's mood is so sincere, its allegory so heartfelt, that it's easy to forgive the theatricality. In our anxious era, Fast Color presents an elegant study of motherhood and black womanhood through a highly original lens.
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