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Ratings & Reviews

  1. msmichel's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    'Why does a writer choose not to write?' Jeanne Balibar is quite good here as a young woman researching a writer who chose to vanish from both his work and the people in his life. Somewhat enigmatic but stylish and of interest with its tone of mystery and academia.

  2. between7skies's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    If people are places as a mystic would say, then this is the perfect film about a writer from Nowhere ( Trieste), who have become himself that place. A metaphor of a city that is a mirage.

  3. DrFirestone's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    Mysterious, with interesting (although slightly disorienting) narrative style. The film gives that feeling of following scraps of someones life, piecing all the bits of information and, eventually, confronting our imagination with reality... It's also a film asking questions about the purpose of creativity, perhaps, the purpose of art in general. A bit nostalgic and quite intimate at times. Good cinema!

  4. Jason's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    In MUBI's "take," WIMBLEDON is characterized as a "post-structuralist art film." This is indeed a cinematic vision stratified within the domain of text. It is a bookish film containing a great many books. Above all, the film is conceived by director Amalric as an act of reverence to his then-wife Balibar. She is pure beauty and grace, but also imbued w/ a kind of phallic agency as discursive detective.

  5. Juan Javier's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

  6. Silke Neryn's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    While not for everyone, it's certainly for me.

  7. NCMBianchi's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

  8. Mario Ostrowski's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    Enigmatic, just like great writing!

  9. captainfez's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    Too bad it wasn't about a director who never filmed.

  10. Róbert Gál's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

  11. Stephane Tanaka's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

  12. Steve Thompson's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    A rather opaque tale following a young woman's attempts to research the life of a deceased inhabitant of Trieste, a writer who wrote almost nothing. Following her meetings with those who knew him, the film is rather over reliant upon its stylish melding of poeticism and signification but it does have some beguiling scenes and, at only just over an hour, ultimately proves more tantalising than tedious.

  13. Penelope q's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    A lost poem, good cinematographer.

  14. Edward Morris's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    Trieste and the meaning of nowhere….a piece of mystery about a mysterious place and a person never seen.

  15. anwoody's rating of the film Wimbledon Stage

    Rather uninteresting and pointless