The Limits of Control
The Limits of Control

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The story of a mysterious loner, a stranger in the process of completing a criminal job.

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eFilmCritic.com - 10/10 by Rob Gonsalves ...a Zen gangster film, a mandala that scatters itself at the end. Its very quietude and uneventfulness force you into the moment every moment...
Antagony & Ecstasy - 10/10 by Tim Brayton Where I see thrilling structural and formal exploration, another viewer could see so much pretentious twaddle, and that's a perfectly reasonable response.
Financial Times - 10/10 by Nigel Andrews You have to take sides. Go see the film, go judge. Either this is plotless rubbish designed to inflame tabloid newspapers. Or it is the future of cinema, and Jarmusch has got there before the rest of us.
I.E. Weekly - 9/10 by Amy Nicholson This indulgent exercise in audience torture deliberately avoids every beat of an espionage thriller.
Combustible Celluloid - 9/10 by Jeffrey M. Anderson One character talks about molecules moving around in ecstasy, and I think this film has that kind of mystery.
PopMatters - 9/10 by Cynthia Fuchs The limits of control are simultaneously intimate and global. And Isaac De Bankolé's face reveals just as much as you can know.
Giant Magazine - 8/10 by Ethan Alter The Limits of Control casts a hypnotic spell that will entrance some viewers--myself included--while leaving others searching for the nearest exit.
Time Out Sydney - 8/10 by Millie Stein While some will find Jarmusch's tale (if one can call the dialogue-poor film a tale) pretentious, others will adore its artistic sensibilities.
Looking Closer - 8/10 by Jeffrey Overstreet By surprising us with repetitions, Jarmusch suggests that we shouldn't take these events as literal, traditional storytelling. This is play -- serious play.
ViewLondon - 8/10 by Matthew Turner A beautifully shot, sharply written and quirkily enjoyable thriller that plays like a Jim Jarmusch reboot of Point Blank.
CinePassion - 8/10 by Fernando F. Croce Offers an astonishingly sensuous experience
Uncut Magazine [UK] - 8/10 by Alastair McKay Plot isn't in it. This is an essay in style, in which a great American director is transplanted to Southern Spain.

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