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The Measure Of A Man (2015)

Set in France the film, is directed by Stéphane Brizé, follows an factory worker who attempts to make a living day by day after being fired
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Film Inquiry
December 07, 2016 There are far better films, including French ones, that tackle the same thematic ideas as The Measure of a Man and actually do something with them.
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San Francisco Chronicle
June 02, 2016 As 15 minutes turns into a half hour, and then an hour, and then more, viewers will get tired of nodding their heads. The movie makes a point, but it doesn't build on it.
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Chicago Reader
April 21, 2016 It's a memorable portrait of a man whose dignity and humanity are slowly pried away from him, until he snatches them back at the end.
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Los Angeles Times
May 19, 2016 It's a miniature portrait of quotidian desperation that nevertheless speaks to the collective psychic moan of job-seekers and those barely holding on everywhere.
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It's Just Movies
July 12, 2016 A piece of narrative fiction that borders on agit-prop in its fervent plea for the worker.
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Time Out
May 31, 2016 Compassionate, engrossing and utterly relevant.
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Seattle Times
July 21, 2016 Stéphane Brizé's "The Measure of a Man" feels so real, you're almost startled when it's over - it seems as if this French drama about a middle-aged husband and father facing unemployment should just go on, as life tends to do.
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Christian Science Monitor
May 20, 2016 It's Lindon's achievement that, even when Thierry is at his most impassive, we always know what is going on inside his head.
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Urban Cinefile
July 09, 2016 Lindon draws us in beautifully to his character, even though there isn't much to explore. It all relies on the final scene, a weak payoff to justify the title
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Sunday Times (UK)
December 19, 2016 Stéphane Brizé's absorbing but unspectacular film stars Vincent Lindon as a working-class Joe who experiences the indignities of unemployment and, later, those of a soul-corroding job.
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IMDb: 7
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