The Death and Life of Otto Bloom (2016)
Critic Reviews for The Death and Life of Otto Bloom
Cris Jones' debut feature is that rare thing: a mock documentary that reaches a genuine emotional depth.
The film, in keeping with Bloom's own condition, is instantly forgettable.
As far as arthouse fare goes, it's a well-made, theme-rich venture that deploys a variety of inventive techniques, though the debt the film owes to Woody Allen's seminal 1983 work Zelig is worn a little too clearly on its sleeve.
Sounds intriguing? It certainly is, but the trouble is that Jones's abilities don't quite match his ambitions.
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