I'm Going Home Reviews

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August 13, 2002
Greets the inevitability of death with remarkable candor and depth.
August 13, 2002
Escaping the studio, Piccoli is warmly affecting and so is this adroitly minimalist movie.
May 13, 2002
While this gentle and affecting melodrama will have luvvies in raptures, it's far too slight and introspective to appeal to anything wider than a niche audience.
April 19, 2002
If that old bromide about the universal power of simple storytelling seems to bear repeating, it's because every powerful story simply told seems new in the telling.
April 19, 2002
At the film's centre is a precisely layered performance by an actor in his mid-seventies, Michel Piccoli.
October 22, 2001
Gives you the steady pulse of life in a beautiful city viewed through the eyes of a character who, in spite of tragic loss and increasing decrepitude, knows in his bones that he is one of the luckiest men alive.
September 28, 2001
Like a precious and finely cut diamond, magnificent to behold in its sparkling beauty yet in reality it's one tough rock.
September 27, 2001
Oliveira seems to pursue silent film representation with every mournful composition.
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