Simon Magus (2001)
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Critic Reviews for Simon Magus
The villain sneers, and someone in the film- score department is banging a timpani in slow motion, meaning there's probably tragedy around the corner, but things are too earnest and sleepy to be sure.
An odd but original, at times even poetic, film about a vanished world.
Beautifully shot and lyrically told, Simon Magus is a beguiling study in contrasts, good and evil, darkness and light, hope and despair, joy and melancholy.
The more I think about Simon Magus, the less I'm sure what it's trying to say.
Hopkins shows masterful skill in shaping Simon's reality and unreality in this engrossing, suspenseful morality play.
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