Actors Of "Ida"
Director of "Ida"
Critics Of "Ida"
May 30, 2015 A fascinating black and white film by Ryszard Lenczewski and Lukas Zal which demands a bigger screen. [full review in Spanish]Read in Source
The Film Stage
June 21, 2016 Ida is a quaint drama in technique, but its formidable power lies in these cardinal quandaries.Read in Source
February 06, 2015 Now that Paweł Pawlikowski's haunting Polish film has been nominated for a foreign-language Oscar, Ida is back in the conversation. Let yourself be enveloped by a modern cinema classic.Read in Source
June 27, 2014 Consider "Ida" the first offering in a summer celebrating Polish cinema and the latest masterpiece in a powerful tradition.Read in Source
San Diego Reader
January 05, 2015 Don't adjust your set: the film is (strikingly) photographed in Bergman-esque shades of gray-and-white.Read in Source
March 01, 2016 This graceful film will stay with you long after you see it.Read in Source
January 05, 2015 Nestled within its sins-of-the-elders narrative is a faintly charming cross-generational bonding picture, pairing a worldly cynic with a young girl taking her last gasp of secular air before giving her life to the Lord.Read in Source
December 31, 2015 Ida is not only an evocation of early '60s Poland, the period of Pawlikowski's childhood, but a film that gives the illusion that it could have been made then.Read in Source
January 05, 2015 With her brassy, determined aunt, Ida sets off to find answers and discovers life beyond the convent walls in this leisurely but satisfying journey.Read in Source
July 31, 2015 Slow, beautiful Ida is more impressive cinematically than narrativelyRead in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...