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TheShiznit.co.uk
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July 11, 2016

Ari Folman's follow up to the impressive Waltz With Bashir is bold, daringly different and visually arresting, but it's also a bit too much.
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Boston Globe
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September 04, 2014

A half-live-action, half-animated headtrip that throws Robin Wright into a dizzying showbiz paradigm shift.
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New York Post
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September 03, 2014

A dystopian blend of live-action and animation that acidly comments on some of Hollywood's touchiest issues before drifting off into an existential fog.
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Flicks.co.nz
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March 10, 2017

It flits between hallucinatory animation and 'reality', giving small moments of relief and attempting to anchor the story in a desolate Los Angeles.
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New Yorker
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September 05, 2014

The anger drains out of the picture, and we watch in a state of passive appreciation and indifference.
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The Sunday Age
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December 10, 2014

Folman makes one phantasmagorical leap after another, adding a live-action coda, but the visual freedom doesn't expand the story, it abandons it.
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New York Daily News
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September 03, 2014

It's almost painful to watch the immense promise of "The Congress," Ari Folman's spectacularly ambitious experiment, dissipate into nothing.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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December 10, 2014

Weird sci-fi film that mixes together animation with live action.
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New York Times
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September 04, 2014

An acquired taste, this dense Jabberwocky-ish word salad is a political allegory about a populace that's been pharmaceutically duped into believing its wretched world is wonderful.
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Time Out
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September 02, 2014

It's like Folman took several different genres-Hollywood satire, speculative dystopian fiction, family melodrama-and fused them into something amorphous and nebulous.
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