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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Violins By Night's rating of the film PROXY

    Not great, but I had a heap of fun with it.

  2. film_lies101's rating of the film PROXY

    'Psycho' meets 'Inside' It is nowhere near the former but it does improve (somewhat) on the latter. If this was cut down to 82-92 min. it would be some kind of masterpiece.

  3. Evan Schafer's rating of the film PROXY

    What gives this film the much-deserved praise one would expect is the twisting curves that nobody can anticipate. Named from the condition Munchausen Syndrome by Proxy, we find several characters all obsessed with creating circumstances with the goal of drawing attention to themselves. It is a film that takes an attentive eye, no less one for detail, and may take more than one viewing. It is superbly brilliant.

  4. Mathias Palmberg's rating of the film PROXY

    For about 56 minutes this movie is very good! Demented, brutal, ominous, disturbing, tragic and well executed. But halfway there is a narrative shift that place us in a less interesting place and story. Shame about that! Otherwise performances are strong (except for Swanberg who is out of his depth acting wise) and the direction assured.

  5. dave gunn's rating of the film PROXY

    What a fucked-up story about two very fucked-up people starved for attention.

  6. MATTEO BITTANTI's rating of the film PROXY

    Like Martyrs, this is basically two different movies, linked by a bloody red thread.

  7. Tiago Inácio's rating of the film PROXY

    starts halfway decent, but then derails. the script is a mess. twist after twist in a pale Hitchcockian structure that ends up going nowhere. great soundtrack nontheless

  8. __'s rating of the film PROXY

    Great first half, pretty good second half. 3.5

  9. Michael Harbour's rating of the film PROXY

    Originating from the desires to tell a story about Munchhausen by proxy syndrome and to make a move where cinephiles steeped in the language of cinema would be surprised and have their expectations confounded, Zach Parker created a movie that you really do have to pay attention to and where you will likely lead yourself astray.I expect it will reward repeat viewings. One caveat: the sound designs needs work;