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An occasionally strange, occasionally brutal and occasionally lovely work that goes up on the shelf with "The Ocean of Helena Lee" and "Girlhood" as one of the more impressive coming-of-age tales of recent times.
Ms. Argento has a florid visual style, and she likes turning up the heat.
The ostensible boldness of Misunderstood is undermined by the sense that it's also pandering-that its view of childhood as a bourgeois horror-show is at least as salable on the art-house circuit as it is authentic to its creator's experiences.
[A] universal and enjoyable story told with lively verve and a lot of imagination.
Coming of age in a broken home has rarely looked better than it does in Asia Argento's Misunderstood.
Asia Argento takes full advantage of this original tale of children's psychology, [Full review in Spanish]
Imaginative, spontaneous and lots of fun. [Full review in Spanish]
In a semi-autobiographical mood, Asia Argento crafts a vivid, charismatic portrait of one big mess of a family.
In the end, Argento's vision fully unhinges ... [a] frustratingly uneven but beautiful film.
One of the pleasures of Misunderstood is the acid-tinted picture it paints of its two parental antagonists.
A thrilling and brutally charming experience in spite of its dark perspective.
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