James White Reviews

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November 10, 2015
When James White really digs in, it's an affecting portrait of grief and of feeling lost in life. So often the two go hand in hand.
November 9, 2015
As scripted, James has so few distinguishing traits that this potential bourgeois Everyman comes off as nobody in particular.
January 31, 2015
A devastating dissection of a man who's forced out of his arrested development and into adulthood by extreme tragedy and the responsibility that comes with it.
January 30, 2015
The world it presents seems at times so slippery and uncertain that being lost seems like the only natural response.
January 24, 2015
Other actors would have milked the dramatic opportunities here for all they were worth, but Nixon and Abbott - the latter glimpsed briefly in A Most Violent Year - keep their sights on the heartbreaking inevitability of the situation.
January 23, 2015
A viscerally acted drama whose rich visual and sonic textures intensify the plunge into the title character's messy life.
January 23, 2015
There wouldn't be much reason for us to care about what happens to the character at all were it not for the fugitive soulfulness that flickers in his eyes like a light at the end of some cavernous tunnel.
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