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Refreshing and challenging.
A contemplative look into one man's life, "Homme Less" has resonance beyond just Mark Reay. The question that lingers in the air is how anyone scraping by with stars in their eyes is going to make New York work for them.
A fascinating account of a man who plays a role in order to hide the reality of his life.
Poignancy and pathos distinguish Thomas Wirthensohn's polished documentary, "Homme Less," a portrait of Mark Reay, a former model struggling as a photographer.
Joyous yet dispiriting ...
It's a short, simply told but thought-provoking film about looking beyond the stereotypes usually attached to homelessness.
A thought-provoking documentary about an unusual homeless man in Manhattan.
It benefits from having as its subject a figure who possesses the holy trinity of traits that most documentarians would desire in any interviewee: candor, introspectiveness and the ability to articulate their feelings and desires.
This particular "Lifestyle of the Unknown and Impoverished" has an initial fascination but is simply not incisive enough.
Thomas Wirthensohn frequently sinks into dully positing Mark Reay as something close to the pinnacle of human integrity.
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