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Stefan Denolyubov, as the linesman, and Margita Gosheva, as his nemesis, are painfully on-target in this Bulgarian satire.
Grozeva and Valchanov relate their morality play with ... fluid, grimy realism ...
The variable incongruities of "Glory" give it a queasy power uncommon in contemporary cinema.
A sharply executed, superbly performed Bulgarian tragic dramedy where the lives of a cosmopolitan PR woman and lonely railroad worker come together in some highly unfortunate ways.
Cutting between its two protagonists throughout, Glory builds sufficient intrigue around what might happen once their paths again.
Co-directors Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov's Glory confirms the advanced promise shown in their award-winning narrative debut, The Lesson.
Glory is a sophisticated, well-made, all-too-real satire - a chilling contemporary snapshot - that's very well worth seeking out.
There's an almost Kafkaesque quality to the odyssey of a simple, honest man who gets caught up in a maze of vile bureaucratic mayhem
Shot with wonderful attention to detail, from the hands of the watch to the weight of a wrench, Glory is atmospheric and well acted and an awful sense of horrible inevitability leads to a surprising ending.
Glory is a rare gem of a film.
Glory is a grave signal not only on the ethical pitfalls of social media, but a meta-commentary on cinema's current lack of stories about heroic modern female professionals.
Kristina Grozeva and Petar Valchanov's Glory, from Bulgaria, is a watchable but pretty obvious satire about a railway worker who briefly becomes a celebrity in a stunt contrived by a cynical government PR woman.
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