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Ratings & Reviews

  1. msmichel's rating of the film Woodshock

    Laura and Kate Mulleavy make quite an impressive directorial debut here with an enigmatic tale of a woman spiralling into madness over the guilt of the death of her mother. Kirsten Dunst gives an eccentric but powerful turn here in what may be her finest performance. Wonderfully shot and edited with a visual flair that is quite astounding from first time directors.

  2. colton's rating of the film Woodshock

  3. SchizOphelia's rating of the film Woodshock

    I don't get this nonsense empty aestethic

  4. HAD!L's rating of the film Woodshock

    visually stunning to the extent that it doesn't serve the story line which isn't strong enough in the first place

  5. letters never sent's rating of the film Woodshock

    Hmmm what to say. Something quite beautiful can be so dull after all. Kirsten can't carry a film by herself, especially when it seems to have a message, but doesn't say anything at all. Quite a sensory experience though. Depression, grief and loss through drug-induced dreams, and hazy diaphanous days.

  6. Jean Guizado's rating of the film Woodshock

  7. Balthaz21's rating of the film Woodshock

  8. MisterColo93's rating of the film Woodshock

  9. Mario Tomchev's rating of the film Woodshock

  10. gld48's rating of the film Woodshock

    Exquisite aesthetics, very tactile. You have to be very patient with this one though.

  11. Ana Sousa's rating of the film Woodshock

    Hoping Woodshock and the brilliantly talented Mulleavy sisters don't go unnoticed in the Film world. What a debut masterpiece. So hard to believe this is their first step in Cinema. Puts pro-directors to shame. They sure know how to create a beautiful and hauting environment, along with a masterfully crafted script. The cinematography, the production design & costume design are simply breathtaking.

  12. chanandre's rating of the film Woodshock

    "Vertigo" smoked a death joint.

  13. LauraPalmer's rating of the film Woodshock

    Deeply beautiful and captivating. Between the trees, through the looking glass, turning into water. So what do you know about light?

  14. Jason's rating of the film Woodshock

    Maybe can't in good conscience unconditionally recommend to everyone a movie that is so clearly about my personal relationship w/ Kirsten Dunst (spoiler: we's one person), but surely anybody who has spent any considerable amount of time smoking grass and listening to Galaxie 500 will find themselves at home. It's also about Mother Earth and the pull of the womb. It's also how I always imagined Humboldt County.

  15. Eric Eidelstein's rating of the film Woodshock

    The Mulleavys are fascinated with texture, and the film's best scenes see Kirsten Dunst fingering the inside of a crystal glass, licking dirt and blood off of of her hands, and wrapping herself in a plastic shower liner. When she walks aimlessly around her home we sense her desperation, how untethered she feels in her world. This is a broken woman who is floating (sometimes literally) and craves any connection.

  16. OldGermanCurrency's rating of the film Woodshock