With sudden passing of his grandmother, Peter Latang returns to his hometown and encounters his long lost, childhood friend, Donald Treebeck. What begins as a simple favor, turns into a long day's journey into the past.
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March 09, 2017 A gaspingly funny, squirm-inducing comedy of embarrassment.Read in Source
March 23, 2017 Donald Cried employs that darkly comedic, funny but almost unwatchable sensibility that is slowly becoming... the dominant vocabulary of modern funniness -- but its sharp realism makes it a unique chunk of low-budget gold.Read in Source
March 16, 2017 Donald Cried is free of "nice guy" characters and never relies on raunchy humor, the exclusions of which give the movie a greater sense of verisimilitude.Read in Source
March 16, 2017 "Donald Cried" succeeds on its own modest terms, but watching its title character can be painful. This is not a movie for people who'd just as soon forget their own teenage mortifications.Read in Source
March 02, 2017 Donald Cries demonstrates that cringeworthy isn't necessarily the same as funny.Read in Source
New York Times
March 02, 2017 The movie forcefully reminds you that the past you thought you had left behind still hurts, and that the old wounds you imagined had healed have simply been covered over.Read in Source
March 18, 2017 ...you have to admire Avedisian for pushing his repulsive character beyond the limits of social acceptance (as far as Peter is concerned), and for directing such a focused drama as a first feature.Read in Source
San Francisco Chronicle
March 08, 2017 It's all absurd and enjoyable, and yet to spend one minute in his Donald's company is to realize something is wrong with him. This is not someone who can function in the world - and that's not funny.Read in Source
San Diego Reader
March 17, 2017 A ballsy debut by [writer-director-star] Avedisian and one that's not to be missed.Read in Source
March 03, 2017 Never feels like more than a malnourished Adam McKay movie that lacks even in laughs.Read in Source
Washington City Paper
March 17, 2017 Donald Cried may not make you laugh, but every moment of it will make you feel.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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