This isn’t a “big picture” movie in that doesn’t seek to answer questions that are beyond its limited scope but, within the parameters established by director Rory Kennedy, it leaves few stones unturned.
The film’s nihilistic last act will leave some viewers cold but, from a pure storytelling perspective, the movie engages throughout.
A nice little gem for anyone intrigued by the concept of having fun with a giant of 19th century literature.
Despite solid acting and a screenplay that refuses to cater to Hollywood stereotypes, the film is at times a chore to sit through.
So jammed with subplots and secondary characters that it often feels like the Cliffs Notes version of a complex novel.
Asks the same questions as "Birdman" but with a lot more talking and without the visual flair.
Two movies in one: one relatable and witty, the other dry and distancing. The second undermines the first.
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