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Ratings & Reviews

  1. glhrmefc's rating of the film Exhibition

    Interesting to see the impact of selling the house on each individual, their behavior and the relationship. I liked the technical part but the characters did not hold my attention.

  2. Stian Gledje Bekkvik's rating of the film Exhibition

  3. Susannah Magers's rating of the film Exhibition

    Two artists (artists IRL, too) prepare to sell an eccentric but amazing apartment (but why?). We observe them inhabiting the same physical but not emotional space. Albertine's turn as a performance artist is humorously earnest, wrapping herself in tape, under the glow of neon lights in front of large windows, a ritual she performs often in her struggle to be seen. The house ultimately bears witness to it all.

  4. Eric Rucker's rating of the film Exhibition

  5. David R Williams's rating of the film Exhibition

    A relationship tettering on the edge of perpetual collapse only just saved by some last second word of kindness or touch. Self involved characters bound by a need to not be totally alone though solitude is their natural state. Glimmers of hope here and there but ultimately it seems certain the whole thing will come down around them not unlike the destruction of the cake house.

  6. Charlotte Couch's rating of the film Exhibition

    Joanna Hogg does it again, delivering an incredibly moving film about a middle-aged couple struggling to accept themselves and the decisions they must make. The lack of dialogue makes the viewer think, and that is one of the best things about film and its elegance in this movie. The portraiture is comfortable and cinematography really shows the personality of the two characters.

  7. Funda Can Çuvalcı's rating of the film Exhibition

    3.5/5. Thoughtful and sensitive to aspirations, anxieties of an upper class female artist especially. The female character in the film is more restless than the male one. In other words, her anxieties are more focused; maybe it is because the director is a woman.

  8. panagiotatos's rating of the film Exhibition

    a pleasant and thought-provoking oddity. 6,5/10

  9. luminous's rating of the film Exhibition

    I have mixed feelings about this film. I admired the sound design, the editing, the cinematography. Still, I felt disconnected from the characters, although I can understand the paradigm of the growing artist. Maybe I should watch it again in a few years.

  10. Myles's rating of the film Exhibition

    Lifestyle porn that makes you never want to have kids. More than that, though. While it's ludacris to Joanna Hogg the vanguard of British "middle class" realism, in twenty four hours, she's become one of my favorite living directors. Intimate portraits in from stunning new angles, bravo!

  11. Gracie Thompson's rating of the film Exhibition

    Joanna Hogg explores the unfortunate reality of a middle-aged couple through context clues of an exquisitely captured drama. Excluding pop-culture fanatics, many viewers would very easily grow fond of this picture due to its untraditional set-up, which executes very little dialogue and therefore forces the watcher to actively heed to each minute detail. Additionally, the sincere foundation gives it a relatable tone.

  12. PFL's rating of the film Exhibition

    A compelling and distinctive study of a relationship, carried off with poise and control by director, Joanna Hogg. The two leads are utterly convincing in perfectly written roles, and the use of the house as a character within the picture is beautifully realised.

  13. tori reeves's rating of the film Exhibition

    What this film lacks in character development and plot it makes up for in cinematography. This film takes a look at a married couple whose live's are centered around their work more than each other. Although there is little dialogue between the two of them, Liam Gillick and Viv Albertine do a fine job at portraying the characters they were given.

  14. guillermo's rating of the film Exhibition

    bien, aunque me hubiera gustado algun subtitulo, aunque sea en chino

  15. Slappy McGee's rating of the film Exhibition

    (1/2 a star at best) I guess this is just not for me. I found it boring, pointless and highly pretentious. It's just not entertaining or speaking to anything that I would consider important or filmworthy. I enjoyed Hogg's first film, but this one. Ugh.

  16. Finbar Somers's rating of the film Exhibition

    No masterpiece, but an incredibly intimate study of the nuances of an enduring couple's relationship. The more surreal moments are stunning.

  17. Ozu_Teapot's rating of the film Exhibition

  18. João Abreu's rating of the film Exhibition

    I'm not leaving the house today.

  19. Elle Johnston's rating of the film Exhibition

    Obnoxious as hell. I don't even see why this exists. What is it even for?

  20. Samuel Donath's rating of the film Exhibition

    Not for everyone, but it doesn't have to be. An interesting look at relationships, postmodernism, and our attachment to our homes.

  21. Rikard Westeman's rating of the film Exhibition

    Hogg's visuals are certainly arresting. I especially like her use of windows and the blending of exteriors and the interiors. A film that is quite fascinating to watch but in the end, for my part, a bit too cold and distant.

  22. m00njaguar's rating of the film Exhibition

    One of those films that I appreciate more than really enjoy. As someone else has noted, there is a certainly a luminosity to the film. The house and plants are vital aspects of the film. But I felt a general coldness and detachment (perhaps intended) which did not allow me to connect to the protagonist couple or the minutiae of their daily existence. Still, I do want to see more by this director, see where she goes.

  23. Milou's rating of the film Exhibition

  24. mubianer's rating of the film Exhibition

    Couldn't feel a lot of sympathy for these people. Little bit Antonioni like, but without the mystery that makes me see his films again and again.

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