Gypsy 83 Reviews

April 8, 2005
October 15, 2004
The true joy of this indie stems from the well observed friendship between Gypsy and her Goth plaything, Clive. The chemistry between the two young actors is near-wondrous.
June 17, 2004
[C]aptivating and pointed and... will hit disquietingly close to home to many who avow to being comfortable in their nonconformity...
June 5, 2004
The film's main appeal stems from the two main characters, whose close relationship is well-conveyed and moving.
May 21, 2004
It is clear that as a filmmaker Todd Stephens, like his heroes and heroines, is determined to be true to himself.
May 21, 2004
Despite a thin script, Gypsy boasts moments of charm, mostly due to its appealing leads.
May 20, 2004
Eventually turns into pathos-clogged sludge, but before that, features a string of shrewdly observed encounters.
April 20, 2004
Deserves to be discovered not only by Goth and gay crowds, but by anyone who runs screaming from all things average.
April 16, 2004
[A] touching tale.
April 16, 2004
The narrative momentum may sputter, but the vivid performances keep the film from dragging.
April 16, 2004
A tiny, vulnerable, rather treacly film at heart, one that would probably float away were it not for Ms. Rue's generous presence.
April 16, 2004
It's easy to pick apart Stephens' thin script and clumsy direction. But whether you were a high school outcast or the prom queen, you're bound to root for his misfits as they find their place in the world.
April 13, 2004
A surprisingly pragmatic take on the joys and perils of diva worship.
September 24, 2003
Engaging and entertaining ... then ultimately thoughtful and haunting.