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Louder Than Bombs

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A widower (Gabriel Byrne) and his two sons confront their different feelings and memories of his wife (Isabelle Huppert), a famed war photographer whose career was cut short in the wake of her untimely death.
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Washington City Paper
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January 02, 2017

Louder Than Bombs may be a bit theatrical in its telling, but its ever-present, if largely low-lying, gut punch rarely feels unrealistic.
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Miami Herald
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April 28, 2016

Here is a drama about a troubled family that builds not to a crescendo of screams and confrontations, but toward empathy and understanding.
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New York Observer
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April 26, 2016

There are moments of almost unspeakable beauty in the film, not the least of which are Isabelle's war zone photographs. Like the movie itself, they dare you to look away but award you deeply for baring witness.
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Film Inquiry
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February 18, 2017

Louder than Bombs subverts preconceptions so slyly, many audiences and critics will be easily forgiven for thinking it is nothing more than a work of morose egotism.
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
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May 05, 2016

A note-perfect exploration of death and life and loss.
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PopMatters
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December 28, 2016

The movie stirs all sorts of personal feelings, and the mixture of plainness and flourish in its aesthetic creates a fresh, resonant and absorbing family portrait.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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April 22, 2016

A ponderous, overwrought meditation on grief, loss, guilt, and memory that prods and probes its characters more like lab rats than living, breathing creations.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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December 06, 2016

One of the finest family dramas I've seen in a great long while.
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San Diego Reader
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April 29, 2016

The people aren't people here; they're not even types - just instruments for conveying words and pictures, some of which are artful, but not nearly enough to make up for the dire drear and maudlin indulgence.
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El Universal
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February 23, 2017

A wandering but superemotive film worthy of the intelligent Trier, portraitist of unsatisfied and hesitant manhood. [Full review in Spanish]
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