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A singular, at times haunting experience.
For all of its virtues and distinctions, Planetarium isn't a comprehensive experience; it's a teeming and gleeful grab bag of deft cinematic flourishes.
A film that looks promising on paper but has no idea how to put its ingredients together.
It's unusual to see such excellence in costumes, sets and cinematography lavished on this degree of narrative muddle.
Numerous potentially interesting ideas orbit one another in Planetarium, but none boasts sufficient gravity to merit a landing, it seems.
A movie of only superficial pleasures, offering little emotional resonance beyond an expected late-act leaning toward Europe's troubles to come.
It's a shame because the idea behind Planetarium is interesting, and the visual style in the opening credits is promising, but the storytelling lacks presence, which makes it not much more than a collection of pretty but vacuous sequences.
All style and of little substance.
This liquified Chanel ad doesn't take us to heaven along the way-it just plunges us into an infernal abyss of boredom.
Watching Rebecca Zlotowski's Planetarium is akin to seeing a filmmaker lost in the thickets of her own vision.
Despite some visual flourishes and strong performances, the bilingual screenplay detours in different directions without establishing a firm foundation in character or tone.
Visually sumptuous but a deadly bore.
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