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Led by an outstanding Peter Fonda performance, Ulee's Gold movingly depicts a family in crisis -- and a patriarch willing to sacrifice for the good of others.
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Nunez's use of melodrama is as refreshingly anti-Hollywood as ever: the action is entirely in the service of character. What's startling about this quiet, un-hyped-up film is how moving it is.
This low-key drama is played slow and sage.
One of those unexpected pleasures that combines a low budget with a high emotional impact.
A modest delight.
This is no bakery-grade honey.
There is a quality about this film's use of deliberation that comes at times wonderfully close to magic.
Peter Fonda delivers the performance of his career in this excellent indie hit.
Deceptively old-fashioned, this is an emotionally quiet but rewarding portrait of a taciturn beekeeper (marvelously played by Peter Fonda, who resembles his dad) forced to emerged out of his solitary, sheltered life and face his family responsibilities
Peter Fonda's portrayal of Florida beekeeper Ulee Jackson is a masterpiece of restraint, confident and finely etched, understated yet always in control.
A craftwork of exceptional detail and nuance.
A profusion of perfect performances
Fonda shines in an Oscar nominated performance.
Not a bad film that shows what can be accomplished with a low budget and solid acting but there have been better.
It was pretty good.
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