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Song One

The film revolves around a young woman who decided to have a different life experience. Now, it seems that this girl is trying to establish a relationship with the favorite musician of her sick brother, which makes things turn upside down.
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February 03, 2015 There are only so many scenes of Hathaway tearing up while either a) staring at her brother or b) watching James strum his guitar that one can take.
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Seattle Weekly
December 21, 2015 There's something just too precious about it all.
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March 24, 2015 "Song One" is an enjoyable watch, but an even better listen, its songs bringing a thoughtful melodic glow to modestly endearing material.
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Chicago Sun-Times
January 23, 2015 There are no real surprises here, just lives played out quietly and succinctly under the seductive spell of music.
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Los Angeles Times
January 23, 2015 Anyone with the slightest allergy to emo-tinged millennial attitudinizing should steer clear.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
January 23, 2015 Starts off as a singularly strong slice-of-life drama before dissipating into thin air.
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January 23, 2015 In her feature debut, writer/director Kate Barker-Froyland tends to tiptoe away from the dramatic high notes that audiences often crave and comes up a stanza or two short from a fulfilling resolution.
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Combustible Celluloid
March 27, 2015 Writer/director Kate Barker-Froyland doesn't bother to disguise Song One as something it's not.
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The Film Stage
June 21, 2016 t's the scenes without music that feel false, and Song One has far too many of them.
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