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The whole turns out to be less than the sum of its elegantly constructed and cleverly uncategorizable parts.
The promise on display is impressive; consider the film a calling card from someone to keep a very close eye on.
Transparently a movie about a group of filmmakers who attempt to possess a particular location, Our Beloved Month relaxes into a meditation on the mysteries of place, personality, and process.
As dazzling feats of narrative acrobatics go, this ingeniously self-reflexive second feature from maverick writer-director Miguel Gomes stands in a league of its own.
A hybrid work of bewitching perversity.
Perplexing but at times captivating freewheeling docudrama, neither a documentary nor a narrative film, that blends fact and fiction into the filmmaker's unique art form.
Doesn't so much blend disparate genres as collapse them into a uniquely evocative collage.
It's unwieldy and often frustrating, but ultimately quite rewarding.
Elliptical and episodic, the hybrid blends music, documentary and narrative elements into an intriguing but frustratingly vague whole.
As an evolving piece of regional cinema, Our Beloved Month of August takes on a singular rhythm from the very beginning.
A mesmerizing intermingling of life and art, fact and fiction.
Our Beloved Month Of August is a real one-off: eccentric and singular and cerebral: an arthouse event, yes, but also witty and emotionally engaged. I found myself thinking about it for days afterwards - and smiling a very great deal. Try it.
This ingenious Portuguese production is a curious amalgam of documentary and fiction - an adorable metalinguistic experiment that plays with blending reality and performance to tell its story. The result may not appeal to everyone, but I found it quite interesting.
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