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All Critics (16)
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A wry, idiosyncratic comedy that communicates important topical messages while never being less than a joy to watch.
Beneath the playful surfaces - musical interludes, quirky neighbors, happy smiley eco-terrorists, Rube Goldbergian sabotage attempts - lie some uncomfortable truths about citizenship, family, and privilege.
Offbeat, poignant and visually exquisite.
What Woman at War has above all is a terrific premise; and by that token, a terrific opening scene.
Is there anything rarer than an intelligent feel-good film that knows how to tackle urgent global issues with humor as well as a satisfying sense of justice?
Droll Icelandic whimsy in the form of a clever eco-caper comedy.
A great film that addresses the crisis of our age, whether life on earth has a future, including homo sapiens. Done with wit, elegance and powerful story-telling. NOT TO BE MISSED.
A funny and delightful message movie that's never preachy. It's immensely clever and always sticking a finger-in-the-eye of the establishment.
Overall, this is a delightful affair, full of surprises.
All [Erlingsson] is doing is telling us not to invest in Halla's story, or the moral questions it raises, since she's living in a cartoon where nothing really matters.
This is a startling, quirky, funny, and yet seriously brave story.
With this mini-saga about a middle-aged choir mistress with a sideline in eco-terrorism, [Benedikt Erlingsson] has ventured into more traditional storytelling territory but retained a wacky sort of outsider humor.
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