Baltimore (AKA Rose's War)

critic Reviews

, 94% Fresh Tomatometer Score
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    Katie McCabeSight & Sound
    Baltimore is not really a biopic. You could call it a ‘character-driven heist movie’, a moody triptych that leaps freely between timelines.
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    ... An impressionistic and sometimes dreamlike account of someone finding meaning in a hopeless world while remaining blind to its enormous human cost.
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    Wendy IdeObserver (UK)
    A fascinating psychological study of fanaticism, with Poots’s expressive performance unpeeling the layers beneath Dugdale’s fervent belief in her cause.
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    Jonathan RomneyFinancial Times
    The film may leave us no wiser about who Dugdale was and how she became who she did — but it also tantalisingly makes us wonder whether she herself knew.
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    Peter BradshawGuardian
    An entirely absorbing, coolly low-key movie.
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    David JenkinsLittle White Lies
    The filmmakers have a thrilling grasp of their politically and philosophically rich material.
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    Smrithika MajukarFilm Ireland Magazine
    While jarring at first, the fragmented narrative weaves together a picture that’s much bigger than the heist and the politics that surround it.
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    Stefan PapeCommon Sense Media
    This is a fascinating, politically-charged thriller that takes the viewer behind the curtain of one of the most notorious art heists in history.
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    Mark WilliamsRadio Times
    With its newsreel footage, telling dream sequences, and suitably pulsating soundtrack, this is a thrilling, edge-of-the-seat watch.
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    Markie Robson-ScottThe Arts Desk
    Dugdale’s story is an extraordinary one, but the film’s dreamy atmosphere, with flashbacks inserted haphazardly, has a lateral, fragmented feel that doesn’t serve it very well.
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