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|Release Date Post Tenebras Lux May 1, 2013 Limited Genres Post Tenebras Lux : Drama,Art House & International,Special Interest|
|Total Vote User Post Tenebras Lux : Visitor|
|User Ranting Post Tenebras Lux : 3.2|
|User Percentage For Post Tenebras Lux : %|
|User Count Like for Post Tenebras Lux : 596|
|All Critics Ranting For Post Tenebras Lux : 6.1|
|All Critics Count For Post Tenebras Lux : 37|
|All Critics Percentage For Post Tenebras Lux : 51 %|
Actors For Post Tenebras Lux
|Adolfo Jimenez Castro,Nathalia Acevedo,Willebaldo Torres,Rut Reygadas,Eleazar Reygadas|
Post Tenebras Lux Movie Review
|It's as if Reygadas started with a sprawling cache of visual ideas and then tried to find some way to organize them all. The effect can be frustrating at times, but also surprising and beguiling. |
Like a jumbled-up set of nesting boxes, the scenes make sense individually (kind of). The hard part is fitting them together.
Farran Smith Nehme-New York Post
Regadas overdoes everything in a self-indulgent presentation of trite fantasies masked as memories.
Elizabeth Weitzman-New York Daily News
A mesmerizing combination of opaque art-house cinema, personal reflection and class-based rural thriller, Mexican director Carlos Reygadas' "Post Tenebras Lux" casts a strange and powerful spell.
Life and death, nature and culture, sex and money, man and beast, God and the Devil - "Post Tenebras Lux" embraces the world even if it doesn't open itself up to ready interpretation.
Manohla Dargis-New York Times
This is a movie that, even in its most inexplicable or provocative moments, welcomes each of us into its stream of subconsciousness as a fellow dreamer.
Keith Uhlich-Time Out New York
Emotionally and intellectually demanding, but occasionally exhausting and tedious.
Avi Offer-NYC Movie Guru
If greeted with enough openness and interest, Post Tenebras Lux's seemingly incoherent string of scenes reveals itself as a carefully executed emotional structure that begs for, and rewards, repeated viewings.
Joe Peeler-Paste Magazine
The film is never less than fascinating, but it appears to be so intensely personal as to be all but indecipherable to viewers not personally acquainted with the filmmaker, or at least in possession of the press kit.
Mike D'Angelo-AV Club
Despite a handful of splendid moments, it doesn't quite succeed
Jordan Hoffman-Badass Digest
Creates so many possibilities that it may be likened to a rough draft awaiting editing.
Donald J. Levit-ReelTalk Movie Reviews
Carlos Reygadas's latest, an almost impossibly intellectual film, keeps us at a remove that's as striking as that which separates its main character from the lower classes.
Ed Gonzalez-Slant Magazine
It's just one self-indulgence after (or before) another.
Philip French-Observer [UK]
The film does come across as an evidently sincere attempt to create a new kind of cinema, but opinion will certainly vary on whether Reygadas really does offer, as his title suggests, light after darkness.
Trevor Johnston-Radio Times
Suggests Terrence Malick's The Tree of Life refracted through Tarkovsky's Mirror: terminally self-conscious, intermittently breathtaking.
Tim Robey-Daily Telegraph
This often brilliant director is defiantly playing private games with us, whether we like it or not.
Derek Malcolm-This is London
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