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|Release Date Something in the Air May 3, 2013 Limited Genres Something in the Air : Drama|
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|All Critics Count For Something in the Air : 57|
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|Lola Creton,Dolores Chaplin,Victoria Ley,India Menuez,Clement Metayer|
Something in the Air Movie Review
|A wispy picture, likeable certainly but lacking in crispness and clarity. |
Rick Groen-Globe and Mail
Assayas captures a season in the lives of a group that envisioned themselves as bearers of truth ...
Linda Barnard-Toronto Star
Free of nostalgia and not overly critical in hindsight, it captures the immediacy of youth in hugely endearing fashion.
Dave Calhoun-Time Out
Every kid believes the world around him is changing in ways it hasn't before; for these kids, it really was. Or had.
Bill Goodykoontz-Arizona Republic
The pretty actors and counterculture nostalgia kept reminding me of Bernardo Bertolucci's The Dreamers. This is a much better film, infused with Assayas's characteristic love for the freshness of nature and the eagerness of youth.
J. R. Jones-Chicago Reader
Worth seeing for what it says of the turbulent state of France in the early 1970s, when Mr. Assayas was a high-school student in Paris ...
Joe Morgenstern-Wall Street Journal
Assayas films it with a kinetic camera that follows his young protagonists through halls and stairways as they look for themselves. It's an assured film about rocky beginnings.
This sharply well-made French drama tackles an offbeat chapter in history with real skill, although the densely populated screenplay and fragmented approach to storytelling makes it difficult to engage with.
What ultimately makes this film stand out is the way it captures the painful dawning experienced by all human beings that neither youth - nor you - are eternal.
It treats the characters with respect and a tender regard for an idealism that maturity seems unlikely to sustain.
Allan Hunter-Daily Express
A coming-of-age drama which boasts delicious camerawork, a perfect soundtrack and fascinating insights into the importance of cinema. It's desultory to a fault.
Charlotte O'Sullivan-This is London
The hectic theories that have spiritual and erotic dominion over these young people and compel an elaborate network of secret meetings feel astonishingly inert.
Antonia Quirke-Financial Times
The tumbling, seemingly aimless narrative ... gives it the unmistakable feel of what the French call a film à clef.
This might just be Assayas' masterpiece.
Wally Hammond-Little White Lies
The ideas get lost in the nostalgic, elegaic glow, but that glow is nurtured expertly.
Peter Bradshaw-Guardian [UK]
It's essentially a series of black-out scenes tracing the lives of young activists who grow and change before our eyes. And while filmmaker Assayas and his fine cast convey that beautifully, they never properly engage us.
Rich Cline-Shadows on the Wall
A nostalgic and thought-provoking coming-of-age drama with a terrific soundtrack to boot, though some may find the relative lack of plot frustrating.
Something in the Air is somewhat too ambitious within its aims, fitting too much in to its two hour running time.
The characters exist more as poster children than fully formed individuals, but somehow that seems beside the point.
Kelly Vance-East Bay Express
A pitch-perfect period setting can't compensate for the presence of the lithe but terminally listless leads.
Kate Stables-Total Film
Assayas ensures that nostalgia and cynicism are kept at bay, keeping us aware of the doubts and insecurities of youthful characters.
Tom Dawson-The List
Part of Something in the Air's charm is that director Olivier Assayas looks at this tumultuous time with a sense of understanding and empathy.
Monica Castillo-Paste Magazine
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