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Unraveled Reviews

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Sarah Boslaugh
October 5, 2012
...you have to give Dreier style points; [even Bernie] Madoff never flew to Toronto to impersonate a representative of the Ontario Teachers' Pension Plan...
Full Review | Original Score: 6/10
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John Anderson
April 27, 2012
As both man and metaphor, Drier is a pretty potent subject.
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4
Marshall Fine
Hollywood & Fine
April 16, 2012
An intriguingly intimate portrait of someone who was convinced he wasn't destined to be one of the little people - and paid the price for trying to prove otherwise.
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Sam Adams
Los Angeles Times
April 12, 2012
One moment Dreier is proclaiming his regret, the next he's drawing a bankrupt analogy between fictional bank robbers and the crimes he committed in "so-called reality."
Full Review | Original Score: 3/5
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Jeannette Catsoulis
New York Times
April 12, 2012
Like the Upper East Side penthouse in which it unfolds, the documentary "Unraveled" is cool and elegant, echoing with spaces for our imaginations to fill.
| Original Score: 4/5
Chuck Bowen
Slant Magazine
April 12, 2012
Marc H. Simon's documentary has the thrust of a great American noir or black comedy.
Full Review | Original Score: 3.5/4
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Stephen Farber
Hollywood Reporter
June 20, 2011
The fascinating human portrait that emerges should draw appreciative if limited audiences.
Tony Macklin
April 24, 2012
Unraveled is a con job. It has the clammy hands of its crooked main figure all over it. Unraveled is a prime example of why one sometimes should be skeptical of a documentary.
Full Review | Original Score: 1.5/5
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Andrew Schenker
Time Out
April 10, 2012
In allowing Dreier to shape his own narrative, too many lame excuses are allowed to pass, as the financial schemer spins his own story dangerously close to self-pity.
Full Review | Original Score: 2/5
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Eric Hynes
Village Voice
April 10, 2012
It's a fascinating fishbowl in concept, yet Simon's storytelling is unevenly textured and oddly listless-fatal for a film about a banal document-pushing felon clock-watching to a known outcome.
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Robert Koehler
June 20, 2011
How he lost his way is really never sufficiently explained, making the decision to cast Dreier as the central narrator of his own tale highly questionable.
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