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It's not that every film has to achieve some grand epiphany, but Touch Me Not is not nearly as satisfying as the primal act it's obsessed with.
Touch Me Not points towards all manner of holistic truths, but leaves them all frustratingly out of reach.
"Touch" is a divisive film that aims to address more issues than it can persuasively handle.
A relentlessly immersive tour de force.
Touch Me Not counters dominant ableist cinematic tropes that cast disabled people as asexual or undesirable...
Rather too full-on for mainstream audiences, more adventurous viewers will find themselves prodded into examining their own physicality more honestly.
Touch Me Not proves that you can reveal a lot of the body while revealing very little of the self.
Whilst Pintilie clearly has some very valid and timely points to make, it mostly comes off as an exercise in pretension.
People will want to make their own minds up about the film, but for me there is something worryingly crass and naïve in it.
I've never seen anything quite like it, and though it doesn't all work for me, its central message of liberty and agency is as inspiring as it gets.
Pintilie molds Touch Me Not with a painful intimacy that dares you to look away from its frankness...
The objectifying gaze Pintilie demonstrates for marginalized bodies feels completely intentional rather than excusable, well-meaning ignorance in a quest for inclusivity.
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