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The oddball characters and twisty narrative seem almost surrealistically implausible.
Though far from perfect, this one part revenge thriller, one part eco-reverie, tied together with sumptuous visual brio, is the "John Wick"/ "Spring, Summer, Fall, Winter... and Spring" mash-up you never knew you always wanted.
Holland, who had a hit a few years back with the HBO Europe spy series set during the Cold War, Burning Bush, is a mistress of spare, elegant shots that show just enough to advance the story.
The movie is murky and disjointed, held together not so much by what happens as by a vague atmosphere of obsession.
An environmental thriller that brings justice to animal abusers, by veteran Polish filmmaker Agnieszka Holland (Europa, Europa; Darkness) and her daughter, Kasia Adamik.
Ultimately unengaging, Spoor struggles through much of its two-hour running time.
This movie's natural beauty, drama and mysterious characters are engaging.
Holland showed an embarrassing indecision about which direction to take, toggling between the activist drama, the faltering thriller, and the shabby comedy. She ends up compromising the story with a powerless, almost aleatory mix of the cited options.
With its alluring drone shots and martial beat, the film has the bones of a thriller, but as it moves through the seasons there are moments of whimsy and an Indian summer romance.
... a real disaster. [Full review in Spanish]
Wihtout a doubt the most interesting film by Agnieszka Holland. [Full Review in Spanish]
It's not clear if this is a thriller or a melodrama. [Full Review in Spanish]
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