Inside/Out (1997)




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American independent filmmaker Rob Tregenza, who includes Jean-Luc Godard among his admirers, directed this deliberately paced, minimalist drama about Jean Hammett (Frederic Pierrot), a French artist who has been committed to a mental institution in the United States. One of the female inmates becomes infatuated with him as the patients react with the nuns who run the hospital and attempt to interact despite the emotional distance between them. Tregenza, who also wrote, produced, and photographed Inside/Out, shot the film in the widescreen CinemaScope format to better visually illustrate the separation of the characters. ~ Mark Deming, Rovi


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Tregenza sometimes shoves the love story into a straitjacket, but his facility with visual narrative is fascinating and even liberating.

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A115-minute film that inspires admiration, but also restlessness.

Nov 21, 2017 | Rating: 2.5/4 | Full Review…

Art conceived as both adventure and confrontation, Inside/Out requires a certain amount of creative energy from the audience but grandly repays the effort.

Nov 21, 2017 | Full Review…

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