Notturno

critic Reviews

, 83% Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Notturno contemplates the cost of war in starkly human terms by surveying the lives of people living under the threat of destruction.
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    Nicolas RapoldNew York Times
    Eschewing interviews and captions, Rosi puts his faith in a steady tripod camera and an evident ability to build up trust.
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    Robert Daniels812filmreviews
    In Rosi's pursuit to win hearts and eyes, with Notturno, the heart beats inauthentically.
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    Robbie CollinDaily Telegraph (UK)
    Rosi's film shows us a land and a people caught in a state of permanent sunset.
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    Kathleen SachsChicago Reader
    The cinematography is sublime, but the beautiful imagery doesn't mask the terror of Rosi's subject matter.
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    Alissa WilkinsonVox
    It's a sweeping work of care and one that is often piercing in its painful beauty.
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    Barry HertzGlobe and Mail
    Rosi's genuine desire to understand the psychological reality of the region is not only morally admirable, it is artistically astonishing.
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    Laura CliffordReeling Reviews
    "Notturno" is a series of vignettes, some more engaging than others, some featuring stories Rosi returns to, others not... his imagery here often starkly powerful or lyrically beautiful.
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    Carlos LosillaCaimán Cuadernos de Cine
    It's in those moments of modesty that Notturno lives up to its title: a collection of images about uprooting. [Full review in Spanish]
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    Doug JamiesonThe Jam Report
    A staggering insight into the casualties of war and the people who live with these tragedies on a daily basis.
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    Mariona BorrullEl antepenúltimo mohicano
    Awell-oiled exploitation of the pain of others within the logic of European colonialism. [Full review in Spanish]
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