Atlantis

critic Reviews

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    Jake WilsonThe Age (Australia)
    Sergiy's dead-eyed quality is mirrored in the film's style. Scenes typically play out in a single take, the camera set at a fixed distance and blankly awaiting catastrophe.
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    David RobbSlant Magazine
    The film's use of scale to drive home the absurdity of its characters' actions sometimes calls to mind Werner Herzog's tragicomic existentialism, as well as early silent cinema.
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    Dennis HarveyVariety
    This is a strong piece of poetically pure art-house cinema that finally offers a ray of hope for humanity's future - not just the Ukraine's, as this largely depoliticized statement is one of universal relevance.
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    Deborah YoungHollywood Reporter
    [A] dark yet humanly luminous story.
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    Laura CliffordReeling Reviews
    Filmed in an exaggerated widescreen in a series of single long takes, often static, Vasyanovych uses the horizon to contrast before and after, in one sequence three horizontal perspectives moving in opposite directions.
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    Miguel Martín MaestroEl antepenúltimo mohicano
    Visually shocking. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Erick EstradaCinegarage
    Atlantis is a hard and raw ethical and aesthetic exploration of the real and spiritual landscapes of the postwar, a voice in favor of the disappeared ones. [Full Review in Spanish]
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    Nikki BaughanScreen International
    Sensitively observed and meticulously crafted... proves to be both intimate character study and powerful exploration of the ravages of war on mankind and his environment.
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