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Professional insight was exploited more profitably in his breakthrough feature, the biting Hippocrates: Diary of a French Doctor (2014), than in this sensitive, faintly smarmy romance.
A low key slice-of-life that becomes more powerful as it goes along.
Though The Country Doctor often plods along like one of the doctor's elderly patients, the film has a stealthily endearing sweetness at its core.
When you see something this real, it is extremely compelling, and you root for these doctors as they work against often impossible odds, and savor their small triumphs.
Lilti has a knack for holding on community members and the briefly seen so that their faces and concerns register, while being economical with the sentimentality. His film takes its tone from Jean-Pierre: caring but on the clock.
It's a film of quality that serves as a reminder of the dedication and commitment of people in the medical profession.
It's a slow, thoughtful study in humanity, and the banality of the extraordinary in the everyday, let down by a third act that feels contrived.
Persuasively played by fine leads and a well-cast ensemble, this thoughtful treatise captures provincial life and the medical mindset with authenticity and tact.
A persuasively low-key drama featuring substantial, complex central characters.
An unashamedly low-key, old-fashioned affair which leans heavily on the undeniable talents of its central duo.
You can probably guess that the film will result in the building of mutual respect between the two but along the way there is humour, warmth and an understanding that what really matters in patient care is the human touch.
Not groundbreaking work, this, but watchable.
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