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Old Joy

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The film tells a story of two old friends : Kurt and Mark who determine to have an adventure in the Cascade mountain. They must face many challenges which gives them many meaning lesson about the friendship.
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ColeSmithey.com
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April 21, 2009

Annoying, blank, and bereft of any narrative arc "Old Joy" has nothing familiar or enchanting to recommend it.
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LarsenOnFilm
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April 05, 2011

Interesting, but hardly the lo-fi triumph its reputation suggests.
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Denver Post

March 09, 2007

Subdued, artistic, with beautifully nuanced performances that are as true as they are often elusive of commercial triumph.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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July 30, 2008

The film is like a haiku that one can only interpret through their own experience.
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Time Out
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January 26, 2007

Such watchful reticence takes a bold, confident filmmaker.
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Trespass
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September 15, 2013

Old Joy is a weaker effort than Meek's Cutoff and Wendy and Lucy, sure, but still a key early step in the career of this impressive filmmaker.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

March 15, 2007

Old Joy may be built around a road trip, but it's also a movie about two roads -- and two souls -- diverging.
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eFilmCritic.com
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July 06, 2010

There are no big revelatory moments. There's no cliched conflict. But don't make the mistake of then assuming that Old Joy has no drama.
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Minneapolis Star Tribune

January 18, 2007

At just 76 minutes, Old Joy is a minimalist film, but illuminating, bittersweet, gentle and deeply alive.
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Film and Felt
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September 18, 2009

With exquisite tenderness and delicacy, Old Joy fluidly captures the all-too-frequent occurrence of friends drifting apart as their lives branch off in different directions.
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Denver Rocky Mountain News

March 09, 2007

You may find yourself asking whether anything's going to happen. But for those who can tolerate a slow-brewing movie, [director] Reichardt's work provides sufficient rewards.
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Seattle Times

January 05, 2007

The characters stayed with me, and I'm glad I took a second look now that it's opening for a two-week run at Northwest Film Forum. This time around, its sense of humor seemed much more effective -- as did its less-is-more style.
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