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  1. OldGermanCurrency's rating of the film Time Out of Mind

  2. Jorge Mourinha's rating of the film Time Out of Mind

    On invisibility. http://theflickeringwall.blogspot.pt/2016/05/hiding-in-plain-sight.html

  3. smndvdcl's rating of the film Time Out of Mind

    A convincing character piece dealing with the regressive effect of alcoholism on a previously successful man to the point of homelessness. The father-daughter role reversal of responsibility remains the main arc. However, it is the film's perceptive understanding of welfare systems within a metropolis, and the distinctive characters he meets in halfway houses that stand out. Filtered cinematography also adds to tone.

  4. Jason's rating of the film Time Out of Mind

    Pretty clearly a means to some kind of end unrelated to the actual performance of the actual movie, as the actual movie is so resolutely primed to avoid pleasing anybody. This is its strength. Who is the audience for this? People who want to be miserable and hate having their interest held in a ham-fisted manner? I find that commendable. Ain't nobody or nothin' likeable here. The eavesdropping style is kinda whack.

  5. Addy K.'s rating of the film Time Out of Mind

    Oren Moverman and d.p. Bobby Bukowski began creating their trademark aesthetic (probing camera and edgy sound) with MESSENGERS, experimented more with RAMPART, and on TIME OUT OF MIND push things to a logical extreme. Even the stunt casting of Richard Gere works on a strange meta level— once successful and desired, he is now a "fuck up", a bum walking NYC streets. Impeccably made, lyrical, and often uncompromising.

  6. Danny Southern's rating of the film Time Out of Mind

    Loved the sound work. Very urban film, we actually hear the sound of the city (NYC). It took me a while tough to not "see" Richard Gere.

  7. Carlos Filipe Freitas's rating of the film Time Out of Mind

    The timid, but ultimately affecting drama, “Time Out of Mind”, observes the daily routines of a New York City homeless...

  8. spiderliliez's rating of the film Time Out of Mind

    This was rather hard to watch, in a sense that reality can be really hard to swallow. And that family is truly a significant part of our survival as human beings to society. Richard Gere is a tattered and broken soul, and he played his character so well, he didn't need many words. The long runtime wasn't really necessary though. For an emotional journey, I believe it could have done better half an hour less.