The Invisible Circus (2001)
Critic Consensus: Despite Jordana Brewster's strong performance, The Invisible Circus lacks the necessary dramatic tension to be interesting. Also, the cultural and political contexts of the period are barely explored.
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Critic Reviews for The Invisible Circus
Picturesque European locations, a mystery whose successive folds will be uncovered by Faith's ex-boyfriend (Christopher Eccleston, in a ratty wig he will have to live down for years), and some heavily psychological sermonizing.
Strangely dispassionate and uncommitted for a movie about passionate commitment.
A movie for people who are so sensitive they barely notice the feelings of others or what's going on in the world.
The film is overnarrated and in spots overwritten, but Brooks ... does well with actors, and he has coaxed an extraordinary performance out of the young Jordana Brewster.
Audience Reviews for The Invisible Circus
I don't know who keeps giving hippies money to make movies, but I wish they'd stop.
** (out of four) Cameron Diaz stars a carefree spirit who spends the summer of 1969 travelling through Europe with her boyfriend. Next thing, her family is notified that her body was found. Seven years later her younger sister travels to Europe to search for the truth. The film never takes off as the plot meanders through a bunch of different episodic situations with uninteresting characters.
I felt her passion. It was very ... She looked her sister's memory in that man. Its very cruel....Missing many things.
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