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  1. Eliza Lupu's rating of the film Indignation

  2. Jason's rating of the film Indignation

    A benign prestige pic in many ways. Clearly something Mr. Schamus has wanted to do for a long time and which means a lot to him. It does happen to be based on a Philip Roth. There are few writers I loathe more than Philip Roth. And, of course, we have here another execrable Roth-type woman on display. She's played by Sarah Gadon, thankfully. Everything good about this movie has to do w/ leaving space for the actors.

  3. anarresti's rating of the film Indignation

    (Did not read Roth's novel) The beginning made me think about 1984 Maria's Lovers. It shares with Konchalovsky's film the same type of male sexual disconnect/tension that both desires and rejects. And it refers to the same American culture and period. This story deals with individuality vs conformity and the consequences of choosing your own path, in a time when identity relied so much on finding common enemies.

  4. Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film Indignation

    Me if I was straight and lived in the 50s.

  5. Dogville59's rating of the film Indignation

    Unsettling. It reminded me of a Coen Brothers film but with less of a comedic undertone. It follows one of their themes of life happens, random things happen, we make the choices we make and a lot of time they aren't for the better.

  6. Ade Hendy's rating of the film Indignation

  7. smokescreen's rating of the film Indignation

    "There’s no one around here like you. You are not a simple soul and have no business being here. If you survive the squareness of this place, you’ll have a sterling future."

  8. smndvdcl's rating of the film Indignation

    An effective Roth adaptation that points to the authoritarian and draconian tactics of institutions in the grips of anti-liberal agendas which seek to subjugate non-conformists.

  9. Ryan Swen's rating of the film Indignation

  10. Mohammad Ebrahimian's rating of the film Indignation

  11. sabrinahrhp's rating of the film Indignation

  12. Bonnet Michel's rating of the film Indignation

  13. wiwitaek's rating of the film Indignation

    Tragically charming movie, neat script, well excuted and the best performance from Logan Lerman.

  14. alchimia's rating of the film Indignation

    extremely sad, extremely real.

  15. Fırat Ataç's rating of the film Indignation

  16. †. Kennedy Pope's rating of the film Indignation

    Couldn't ask for a more perfect title, for as we follow Marcus Messner's (played wonderfully by Logan Lerman) trials against the social mores of 1950s Ohio, the audience sympathizes with frustrations of his life and relationships, which leave both us and him with a lasting feeling of indignation. Sarah Gadon and Tracy Letts are also great; I only wish their characters had more for me to latch on to.

  17. Joao Domingues's rating of the film Indignation

  18. Justwibi's rating of the film Indignation

    this is actually coming of age movie that execute with mature concept.

  19. Alex's rating of the film Indignation

  20. Ulrich JARLØV's rating of the film Indignation

    I don't understand any of the praise.

  21. Yugosalvia Plath's rating of the film Indignation

  22. DSPRKY's rating of the film Indignation

    Rothian indeed, but why adapt Lesser Roth?

  23. Cody Hoskins's rating of the film Indignation

    I tried to enjoy it but as it became too obvious and predictable as a doomed love story that is going to destroy lives, the less engaged I got and the more aggravated I became. I've seen enough of that kind of romance before and it doesn't work this time for me. I was far less interested in the romance as I was in the eccentric poetic roommate who wouldn't shut up but breathed life into a melancholic melodrama.

  24. Steve Pulaski's rating of the film Indignation

    Obviously more of an examination on male pleasure, but despite that, still winds up being the most romantic and sexually intimate film of the year. Some truly beautiful shots of passion here, with terrific performances by both Logan Lerman and Sarah Gadon I know many of us have been waiting for. Surprisingly intense at times, with the grace and eloquence of Philip Roth that makes this really feel like a novel on film

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