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Despite its flaws, The Gatekeeper will keep you engaged.
The movie never rises above mediocrity and at times, devolves into amateurish histrionics.
A heavy-handed immigration melodrama.
Though the film is far from polished, the force of its significance to Mr. Frey, as well as the urgency of its political message, give it some genuine impact.
The truly hellish portrayal of the workers' post-crossing indentured servitude in a meth lab makes up for a sluggish opening act.
This deeply personal work steadily grows more powerful and eloquent, creating a tragic vision of the plight of illegal aliens that transcends its melodramatic elements.
The film would be destined for limited interest even if it had a good script, which it didn't.
While his instincts as a director could use some sharpening, Frey's performance and script, brought to life by a solid supporting cast, are both uncommonly smart.
Suffers from a condition that afflicts most 'message' movies -- heavy-handed preachiness.
A commendable effort that draws attention to a largely invisible problem.
A very personal and heartfelt film, if one that shows the strains of its low budget and strident desire to tell an Important Story.
Surprisingly vigorous and emotionally wrenching.
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