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SHE’S MISSING – EDINBURGH FILM FESTIVAL 2019 REVIEW
She's Missing loses some emotional moments to disjointed cuts and plot points, but its redolent, tangible sense of place makes it a worthwhile watch.
'She's Missing': Dublin Review
She's Missing has a Lynchian sense of mystery and is a prickly and distinctive portrait of female friendship.
The New York Times: She's Missing Review
When the movie around her threatens to spin into incoherence, Fry's gently winsome performance keeps us watching.
She's Missing Review
She’s Missing is a fever dream of love, friendship and loneliness. McGuinness ensures events are wrapped within a hazy veneer and shrouded in a ball of mystery.
Radio Times: She's Missing Review
She's Missing is laconic and slow-moving, and occasionally fuzzy, but it has a palpable sense of small-town ennui and accepting your lot in life.
She's Missing Review: Film Threat
She's Missing warrants your attention for its unpredictability, its contemplative mood, and strong performances.
FilmWeek Podcast: ‘Star Wars: The Rise of Skywalker,’ ‘Little Women,’ ‘Cats’ and more
I liked it a lot more than I thought I would... Lucy Fry is an amazing actress. She brings so much to a very minimalist role.
FilmWeek Podcast: 'Clemency,' '1917,' 'Just Mercy' And More
A very good little movie.
Review: Alexandra McGuinness’ ‘She’s Missing’
She’s Missing has a lot going for it, from the performances to the captivating cinematography and the decision not to spell everything out. Maybe what it means doesn’t really matter, since clearly it’s the journey rather than the destination that’s important here.
She’s Missing – a transportative and well-led drama
Fuelling the narrative the whole time is Fry’s performance as the slightly lost Heidi. It is surprisingly rare that you can say a character feels satisfyingly real, like you might know this person in real life. It is thanks to Fry’s naturalistic, flowing performance that this is exactly what Heidi feels like.
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