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Ratings & Reviews

  1. dave gunn's rating of the film Bluebird

    A beautifully shot and tragic story of mundanities. I did find myself very bored for a lot of it, though.

  2. Craig Knittle's rating of the film Bluebird

    Too desolate, but glad Emily Meade who is so good in The Leftovers is given a chance to shine.

  3. ‏ㅤ's rating of the film Bluebird

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  4. Matt Richards's rating of the film Bluebird

    So beautifully photographed and incredibly nuanced. Bluebird unfolds in a gentle unassuming manner, inviting the viewer into a struggling working class community all too aware of each others flaws but making do with what they have. Achingly sad. 4 stars

  5. J. O.'s rating of the film Bluebird

    The spirits of The Sweet Hereafter and Affliction collide in this slow-paced, melancholy indie drama from first-timer Lance Edmands. Raw performances, calm cinematography, and a quiet, meandering score. An impressive debut. Wonderful to see "regional" cinema getting popular.

  6. spiderliliez's rating of the film Bluebird

    Beautifully sad.. an emotional feature. It's one of those indies that doesn't mess with your tear ducts, but hits you hard. Instantly letting you feel the gravity of its characters emotions without making a wreck out of you. Its remarkable performances makes up for the story's short runtime. Here's a story about a grave yet honest mistake, an incident that can happen to anyone, a drama we can all reflect on.

  7. msmichel's rating of the film Bluebird

    FNC '13 Solid American indie shot in upstate Maine concerning the death of a child left behind overnight on a school bus and its ramifications on the families of the child and the bus driver.Nice to see Amy Morton with a part she can chew into again but its Louisa Krause who is the real find here with a searing portrayal of a young mother out of her depth. Solid work from Meade and Martindale help sell the melodrama.