Wendy and Lucy

Wendy and Lucy
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A fine, sensitive portrayal of loneliness and the struggle to survive on the margins in a country and culture that leave us to bear our sorrows alone. Michelle Williams is so real that one almost forgets one is watching fiction. Kudos to Kelly Reichardt, a rare and worthy filmmaker.

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she is great !!! unforgettable happening !!! i love Michelle !!! thank u canopy !!!

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very good.

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...sorta like life really is.....great acting....

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Interestingly, a day after seeing this film, I saw on the news today that a woman in Texas found her dog that was lost 4 years ago. And I couldn't believe that this dog's name was also LUCY! I really wanted to believe that Wendy and Lucy got back together; and now I feel assured that they ...Read more

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Intriguing but wanted diff ending

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A very sad, idiosyncratic, and possibly perfect film. Depicts a strata of society rarely dramatized in movies.

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absolute perfection

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Comparison is the thief of joy.

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Frank Sherman

It really didn't make sense to me. The poor dog and the bad acting. Fr*cking exploitation movie.

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A very good film. See my review: https://bayflicks.net/2009/01/28/wendy-and-lucy/

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Excellent Michelle Williams as always. Sad story. Actors all good.

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Very bleak. Love the dog.

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Very touching. The love and bond between girl and dog. Kindness and despair

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Yes this is very good acting by Michelle Williams, but the movie is unrelentingly depressing and when you get to the last five minutes, there are no surprises. Despite the fact that the title is "Wendy and Lucy", there is very little evidence of a relationship between the person and the dog. ...Read more

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