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Critics reviews
Time
Garrett Bradley United States, 2020
The soundtrack creates a dialogue between layers of cultural influences, and the ability to strive and create beauty in the most harrowing circumstances.
April 26, 2020
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These frozen memories create a parallel timeline of lost years, but they also keep the stakes immediate, even as the carceral state weaponizes two decades against resistance or hope.
April 02, 2020
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The film constructs in absolutely vivid and often deeply emotional terms not only the strength and hope of this woman over the years and into this living moment, but also her remarkable performance of such fierce love and determination.
March 11, 2020
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Using both original material and a trove of vivid home videos that Rich shot herself, Bradley creates a portrait of a woman that exponentially expands into a complex chronicle of a marriage, a family, a community and finally a country.
January 31, 2020
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It’s rare for a consensus to form around a single film at Sundance before the awards are given or the deals announced. But ask anyone during the festival’s concluding days what their favorite film is, and they answer Garrett Bradley’s Time.
January 31, 2020
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Time isn’t a supplement to a speaking tour, and (at the risk of sounding exceptionally cold-blooded) that it’s “powerful” isn’t necessarily its most important attribute. “Powerful” is, on some level, easy, because this is a film about a monstrous system, but Time is also interesting, and its title indicates why.
January 31, 2020
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A transcendentally beautiful documentary on freedom, faith, and love.
January 30, 2020
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