Cosmos
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Witold just failed his law-school examinations and Fuchs has just quit his job at a Parisian fashion company. Arriving for a few days away at a so-called family guest-house, they are ...... (Full plot summary below)

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Witold just failed his law-school examinations and Fuchs has just quit his job at a Parisian fashion company. Arriving for a few days away at a so-called family guest-house, they are ...

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RogerEbert.com - 10/10 by Scout TafoyaReality has never been this fun, even if it's frequently this random and hopeless. Better to take the oblong fantasy.
IndieWire - 8/10 by Eric KohnIt’s often hilarious, confounding and downright strange; if not the director’s most polished work, it nevertheless delivers a demented philosophical puzzle that’s fun to scrutinize in all of its baffling uncertainties.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Peter KeoughThe result is nonstop, epistemological slapstick.
Village Voice - 8/10 by Alan ScherstuhlEveryone's reeling from dreads and reveries they can't quite comprehend, and Zulawski's daft incidents, comic sketches, and stabs of profundity will likely put you into a similar awed stupor.
The Hollywood Reporter - 8/10 by Neil YoungWith all farces, timing and rhythms are absolutely crucial and Zulawski — working with editor Julia Gregory — maintains a disarming brio from the very first seconds.
Time Out London - 8/10 by Tom HuddlestonIf self-aware, ultra-arch arthousery isn’t your bag, give it a miss. If you’re looking for a good, weird, often very funny time, don’t miss it.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by Ignatiy VishnevetskyMade 15 years after Żuławski’s last film, Cosmos makes for a fittingly offbeat and mystifying statement of purpose for a filmmaker fascinated by confrontations with the cosmic unknown.
The Film Stage - 8/10 by Nick NewmanA filmmaker who values the power of shock, but not necessarily thrills for thrills’ sake, Żuławski elucidates material with tools that announce themselves in their presentation — surprising camera dollies, fast pans, sudden cuts, overly prominent music cues — and raise complex questions about their relation to one another.
Screen International - 7/10 by Allan HunterThere is a real sense of poignancy and heartache in random scenes with Azema or Balmer and even if the film deliberately eschews easy comprehension it remains involving and intriguing enough to keep the viewer on board.
Variety - 7/10 by Peter DebrugeZulawski maintains such expert control of the film’s look and tone that there can be no question that each choice has been deliberate, whatever the significance.

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