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Who We Are Now

A drama story that follows a single mother whose husband managed to take their son by law. Now, she struggles to get back custody of her son with the help of a young lawyer. At the same time she gets into a love story with a former US soldier who suffers from a psychological shock.
Duration: 95 min
Quality: HD
Release: 2017
IMDb: 6.4
Genre: Drama
Country: United States
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Film Inquiry
October 03, 2017 Newton carved out a raw and unsentimental journey for his protagonists that neither completely absolves them of their mistakes, nor robs them of the agency to make them.
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Big Apple Reviews
June 01, 2018 Julianne Nicholson is so compelling as an ex-convict juggling her need for a job that pays enough for her to reclaim her small son that we in the audience can see her nomination possibilities as the awards season approaches.
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Film Journal International
May 24, 2018 Fused together by Nicholson's can't-look-away performance, Who We Are Know transcends any directorial quirks.
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New York Times
May 24, 2018 Superbly acted and confidently shot, "Who We Are Now" delivers substantial dramatic pleasures while posing pertinent questions.
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September 15, 2017 Told with the full texture of real life, Nicholson's second collaboration with "From Nowhere" filmmaker Matthew Newton is a close-up character study that explores notions of forgiveness and self-worth with surgical precision.
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September 22, 2017 Who We Are Now just ticks too many cliched boxes, particularly in the dialogue department.
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NYC Movie Guru
May 30, 2018 Warm, wise and thoroughly engrossing. Julianne Nicholson gives a mesmerizing, powerful performance. If there were any justice, she would be nominated for Best Actress this awards season.
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AV Club
May 23, 2018 Once again, [Newton] refuses to pretend that lives in disarray can be magically repaired by good intentions, while simultaneously avoiding the defeatist attitude that insists there's consequently no point in even trying.
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Los Angeles Times
May 30, 2018 Every minute of this film is absolutely mesmerizing.
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Village Voice
May 23, 2018 While Nicholson's onscreen, it's impossible to pay heed to anything but her. She scorches the film with her barely bottled ferocity and vulnerability.
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May 25, 2018 Sometimes feels unfocused, and perhaps too ambitious, yet amid the slightly manipulative structure are some intriguing character dynamics and moments of powerful authenticity.
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The List
June 28, 2018 The power of Newton's film comes from the way he digs into Beth's vulnerability, depicting her inability to help herself.
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