Arcadia

Arcadia
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Samuel W

Deals with some pretty heavy emotional material without letting it drown the film. Bitter conflicts are balanced with convincing moments of happiness together.

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enza

simply delicate. A touch of life-poetry. Great interpretation, the two kids Greta and her brother are brilliant. The film reminds me a touch of some European cinema

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Ester

Coming of age story. Roadtrip. Life. Wonderful.

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Tim

Subtle and keeps the story relatively tight. This is a very good look at a forced parental situation. I love movies that are this peaceful and contemplative. Almost like a Malick film without all the lens flare and V.O.

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Carmen

Totally agree with you. Unpretentious, elegant and complex movie indeed

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