Actors Of "The Rehearsal"
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Critics Of "The Rehearsal"
June 29, 2017 Filmed in New Zealand with a Kiwi director and performers, this "Rehearsal" is "Fame" without the Hollywood glitz.Read in Source
July 21, 2017 It is a film that will leave people talking, I have no doubt. Hopefully one of those discussions is about why it took Alison Maclean so long to make another film. 18 years is too long to wait.Read in Source
Film Journal International
July 06, 2017 This affecting story of one lad's personal and artistic growth is one of the very best acting-school films.Read in Source
New York Post
July 07, 2017 Feels like a handful of sketches in need of more connection.Read in Source
September 12, 2016 "The Rehearsal" can't help but follow its characters as their actions become more irrational and occasionally overwrought, but like them it's redeemed by a simple yet bravura closing sequenceRead in Source
July 06, 2017 Such a hodgepodge of arthouse references, arch distancing effects, and emotionally vacant wide-screen compositions that one could easily mistake it for an awkward debut film.Read in Source
Film Comment Magazine
July 11, 2017 The diffuse nature of the narrative, the way in which the film sometimes seems reluctant to focus, makes it something other than the simpler, more direct, more obvious movie that it might have been-a spectacle of the pedagogic urge to destroy.Read in Source
New York Times
July 06, 2017 Your mileage may vary, but for myself "The Rehearsal" delivers a good hour and a half of engagement and intrigue only to top it off with a cherry that left me asking "Really?"Read in Source
July 07, 2017 A sensitive, thoughtful, often provocative movie that nevertheless feels like a missed opportunity.Read in Source
July 06, 2017 Maclean asks tough questions about the craft of acting and the behavior of administrators who would rather collect donor checks for new facilities than do the right thing for their students.Read in Source
NYC Movie Guru
July 10, 2017 Mildly engaging and intriguing with a solid performance by the charismatic, underrated Kerry Fox.Read in Source
October 16, 2017 The film is enlivened by an uncommon depiction of young people behaving and interacting in a believable manner, and confidently builds to a (literal) showstopper ending that's both rousing and hard-won.Read 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 ...