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An infectious portrait of independent thought and living.
This might have worked better as a more cohesive documentary.
A warm and heartfelt but too often desultory and disorganized tribute to the down-to-earth intellectual.
For a study of a critic, The Seasons in Quincy is frustratingly uncritical.
The film can be rough going for those who know little of Berger's work.
If anything, the curiosity of viewers unfamiliar with his work should be piqued.
Warmth understanding and affection shines throughout the film, making it a fitting tribute to this unique voice and presence, now sadly gone.
This is a film that celebrates the exchange of ideas, creating a microcosm for independent thought that is every bit as fertile as the fecund mountain farmlands where Berger made his home.
The film cannot hope to be all-encompassing, but it conveys the essence of Berger's ideas in an extremely engaging and intelligent way.
These four short films are really aimed at committed worshippers of the revolutionary art critic and writer John Berger, and will be somewhat puzzling -- or perhaps appetite-whetting -- to those coming fresh to the subject.
This film is refreshingly serious and pays due tribute to an important public intellectual ...
Well-meaning and sometimes emotional, this is often too low-key for its own good, and might have benefited from a little more traditional documentary context and shape.
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