Ain't Them Bodies Saints
Ain't Them Bodies Saints

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The tale of an outlaw who escapes from prison and sets out across the Texas hills to reunite with his wife and the daughter he has never met.

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The Guardian - 10/10 by Sebastian Doggart The film is so singular, it's hard to place. At times, its elegiac visual quality evokes Terrence Malick, but Lowery's scripting is tighter and more accessible. His is truly a fresh voice, exhilarating to hear. - 10/10 by Andrew O'Hehir Visually ravishing, tonally commanding and built around magnetic performances by Rooney Mara and Casey Affleck as Bonnie-and-Clyde doomed lovers, Ain’t Them Bodies Saints is a tragic but not despairing tale of fatal romance set in the Texas hill country in the mid-1970s. It marks the arrival of an immense talent who will be new to most moviegoers – although Lowery is a well-known figure in the indie-film world – and it’s surely one of the best American films of the year.
The Playlist - 9/10 by Rodrigo Perez Lowery is the real deal and understands filmmaking, and this is abundantly clear in this searing, romantic crime drama and love story. - 9/10 by Christy Lemire Ain't Them Bodies Saints is a film that will reward you for seeking it out.
Village Voice - 9/10 by Chuck Wilson Lowery isn't a Malick and he's certainly no Kazan, but he's his own man, and a filmmaker to watch.
The Dissolve - 9/10 by Keith Phipps While virtually every shot looks like a work of art, much of the beauty of Ain’t Them Bodies Saints comes from Lowery’s refusal to choose sides.
Austin Chronicle - 9/10 by Marc Savlov The balance between the slight, near-mythic narrative and the eye-wateringly beautiful cinematography (courtesy of Bradford Young), as well as the aching, spare score by Daniel Hart, create a movie that’s a more lovingly crafted tone poem than anything you’re likely to see on Texas screens this summer.
Wall Street Journal - 9/10 by Joe Morgenstern It's a tone poem, really, less concerned with conventional action than with exploring themes of love and commitment through understated performances, sumptuous images (Bradford Young did the cinematography), lovely music (Daniel Hart composed the score) and very few words, intoned elegiacally.
Time Out - 8/10 by Sam Adams It’s an unfailingly beautiful movie that finally stakes out a territory of its own, with quietly intense performances and a sure hand on the tiller (although the trio of bounty hunters who set out after Affleck feel like invaders from another movie, one more defined by genre than mood).
St. Louis Post-Dispatch - 8/10 by Joe Williams With his actors and crew hewing to the script, the director’s craft is impeccable. His low-light images are suitable for framing, and there’s scarcely a moment of modernity, let alone humor or loose ends, to disrupt the tragic trajectory.
Chicago Tribune - 8/10 by Michael Phillips Since he popped up and broke hearts in Altman's "McCabe and Mrs. Miller," Carradine has learned a wealth of practical acting knowledge about how much and how little need be done at any given moment. He provides the on-screen link to those earlier days and brings the natural authority a director craves in a performer.
Total Film - 8/10 by Kevin Harley Lowery’s understated authority lifts his tragic romance above mere Malick mimicry, while Affleck and Mara bring heart to the scrupulous artistry. All you need is a little patience...

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