Going South
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In the summer, 27 year-old Sam drives towards the south of France in his Ford. He meets Matthieu and his sister Léa and takes them along in his apparently aimless journey. Matthieu has a ...... (Full plot summary below)

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In the summer, 27 year-old Sam drives towards the south of France in his Ford. He meets Matthieu and his sister Léa and takes them along in his apparently aimless journey. Matthieu has a ...

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San Francisco Chronicle - 10/10 by Mick LaSalleThe film captures the harshness and the sweetness of our time.
Boston Globe - 8/10 by Wesley MorrisGoing the Distance earns its R rating, often by daring to say what goes frequently unsaid by women in raunchy comedies. It's not a very good movie. The entire second half is a sitcom.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by Scott TobiasGoing The Distance could stand to color outside the lines a bit more, but it's perceptive about the problems of young people torn between pursuing love or their nascent career ambitions, and the witty script, by first-timer Geoff LaTulippe, is spiked with refreshing profanity.
Chicago Tribune - 8/10 by Michael PhillipsI liked the movie mainly for Barrymore. The way she handles the crucial, early "I love you" moment (he's saying it to her, and the camera shows us what she's thinking), you think: This is one canny actress.
ReelViews - 8/10 by James BerardinelliTo date, no motion picture has adequately captured the soaring highs and devastating lows associated with a long distance relationship, but Going the Distance comes as close as any movie has.
Time - 8/10 by Mary PolsThe raunchy but charming Going the Distance is credible, intimate and more appealing than 90% of the romantic pairings in American movies these days.
Boxoffice Magazine - 8/10 by Pam GradyLikely to resonate with a generation of young people to whom "When Harry Met Sally's" orgasm scene seems downright quaint.
Entertainment Weekly - 8/10 by Owen GleibermanGoing the Distance may be a minor movie, but it's also the rare romantic comedy in which you can actually believe what you're seeing.
Chicago Reader - 7/10 by Andrea GronvallThere's also some gallows humor about the record and newspaper industries, but overall this is a light, genial comedy about denial and self-defense.
Christian Science Monitor - 6/10 by Peter RainerOnce around the block with these folks is more than enough.

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