Down to the Bone
Down to the Bone

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A dead man follows the path from his burial site to the underworld. Refuses his status until he embraces his own death.... (Full plot summary below)

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A dead man follows the path from his burial site to the underworld. Refuses his status until he embraces his own death.

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Entertainment Weekly - 10/10 by Owen GleibermanDown to the Bone achieves what only the best independent films have: making life, at its most unvarnished, a journey.
San Francisco Chronicle - 10/10 by G. Allen JohnsonThe film is so pitch perfect and realistic, it seems you are there with these people, watching their lives unfold before you as it happens.
Los Angeles Times - 9/10 by Kevin ThomasDown to the Bone emerges with an aura of authenticity so strong as to be mesmerizing, thanks to a superior script brought to life with infallibly natural performances.
Rolling Stone - 8/10 by Peter TraversIf there were an ounce of taste left in Hollywood, the magnificent Vera Farmiga would be a front-runner for the Best Actress Oscar.
New York Post - 8/10 by Kyle SmithWriter-director Debra Granik has found a star, and wisely builds every scene around Farmiga's character.
TV Guide Magazine - 8/10 by Maitland McDonaghA quietly harrowing chronicle of addiction and fragile recovery anchored by Vera Farmiga's intense performance.
Village Voice - 7/10 by Laura SinagraLike Catherine Hardwicke's "Thirteen," this film has an ear for the way moms talk to kids, a sensitivity to drug-sweetened intimacies, and an appreciation of the urgent nuance, not just the comedy, of recovery-speak.
Variety - 7/10 by Robert KoehlerFirst-time feature director's disciplined objectivity is coupled with humanism in this collaboration with a gifted cast and cinematographer. The artistic success, though, may be a bit too cool.
The Hollywood Reporter - 7/10 by Kirk HoneycuttThis is a performance without the histrionics and emotional outbursts that accompany most portrayals of addiction. This feels closer to the truth.
Film Threat - 7/10 by Pete Vonder HaarStrong performances from Vera Farmiga and Hugh Dillon keep things from becoming overdramatic.

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