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An involving, stacked deck of a story plus strong acting and a mix of vital themes combine to make "The Citizen" a solid drama about immigration, nationalism and survival in an often unforgiving world.
It's a deeply moving examination of the current white-hot social issue of immigration, depicting the travails of an African refugee desperately trying to attain Hungarian citizenship.
A careful, compassionate and beautifully acted character drama with a social conscience.
Vranik's film couldn't be more timely in its moral inquiry, but it's timeless in form and technique, a melodrama tempered with a painstaking realism.
Examines immigration from a humanistic point of view.
A stunning lead performance and a plot that resonates with current U.S. anxieties despite its base in Budapest.
A touching, timely and zany soap opera ostensibly reflecting the sensibilities of the modern Immigration Era.
Both topical and dramatically vivid, this is a work of Hungarians who are facing a brand of nativism even more toxic than we Americans face now.
Deliberately paced but shot with a quiet magnetism and close-in immediacy.
It adheres too rigidly to news-cycle replications of barbaric governmental acts, and without putting them into greater perspective.
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