Loveless (Nelyubov) (2018)
Critic Consensus: Loveless uses its riveting portrait of a family in crisis to offer thought-provoking commentary on modern life in Russia -- and the world beyond its borders.
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Critic Reviews for Loveless (Nelyubov)
Loveless is about a state of mind, a lament, an indictment of crimes against the human spirit.
"Loveless," which is Ingmar Bergman's "Scenes from a Marriage" dipped in battery acid, is a master class in melancholy.
Everything here - from the image to the dialogue to the landscape to the film's vision and judgment - is clean, cold, and bracing.
The whole story can be seen as a metaphor for Putin's Russia and the way the country has lost its humanity. "Loveless" is as bleak and harsh as the tundra.
This is no textbook mystery; it retains a realistic core that kept me committed to what becomes an increasingly cold case. The movie is also worth watching for the uniformly good performances.
Audience Reviews for Loveless (Nelyubov)
Even if his metaphor and political commentary are a bit too obvious, Zvyagintsev creates a hard-hitting and devastating portrayal of bitterness, dissatisfaction and loneliness in modern Russia as we follow characters who constantly hurt each other and are unable to change.
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