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All Critics (21)
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Despite its need for serious narrative compression, this remains an emotionally authentic, often poignant look at growing up and growing aware.
Despite its flaws, this is a well-acted, visually atmospheric debut that shows promise, casting a soulful gaze on awkward-age upheavals, gay and straight.
[A] thoughtful, lyrical, slightly over-deliberate tour of a beautiful teenage wasteland.
Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson brings to life a sympathetic journey of self-discovery and young love in a forbidding, hostile environment.
Guðmundur Arnar Guðmundsson's debut radiates talent... [Full Review in Spanish]
The ability to show the significant worth of a gentle caress amidst vital hell is an immense accomplishment. [Full Review in Spanish]
The best of Heartstone... is the performances of the kids, totally convincing and very authentic. [Full review in Spanish]
Many coming-of-age stories come out every year, but few manage to transmit the vulnerability and violence that define what is perhaps the most complicated and exciting stage of our journey through the world. [Full Review in Spanish]
[Heartstone] is at times as universal as other coming of age stories, but carved in brimstone and fire. [Full Review in Spanish]
Sadly, it makes every point three times and usually at too great a length. Surging with potential for all that.
Transpiring some genuine emotions, Heartstone feels somewhat flat in the execution and a bit stuck in its moves.
In all such tales of the growing self-awareness of youth, the quality of the playing from the young cast is crucial, and Gudmundsson has drawn hugely sensitive performances from his two leads.
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