as Manual Jordan
as Miles Evans
as Adele Easley
as Sofia Mellinger
as Senor Aguilar
as Abner Easley
as Mackie Whittaker
as Claire Mellinger
as Waffle Boy
as Young Abner Easley
Critic Reviews for Levity
In the end the film is undone by an overload of cliches, and by a gravity that never lets up.
An unrelentingly morose quest for redemption, one that leans too heavily on stock characters and tends to wander in odd directions.
This is a lovely film about redemption and guilt.
The characters in the well-meaning drama resemble symbols rather than people, while the storyline seeks mighty truths that remain evasive.
Audience Reviews for Levity
Thoughtful and compelling, Levity is an insightful drama that explores some deep issues. The story follows a convict that's seeking redemption and is taken in by a street preach who runs a shelter. Billy Bob Thornton, Morgan Freeman, Holly Hunter, and Kirsten Dunst lead the cast and give strong performances. The film is quite introspective and approaches its material in an unusual manner; which gives it a refreshing tone. Some of the character plots are underdeveloped, but overall the writing's pretty good. Though it's not completely successful, Levity is a smart and well-crafted film that has some rich storytelling.
This was a great story and if it was a book, it would have been amazing. As a movie however it was a bit slow.
Slow and straight-forward movie. I liked it...
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