The Tree of Life
The Tree of Life

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The story of a family in Waco, Texas in 1956. The eldest son witnesses the loss of innocence and struggles with his parents' conflicting teachings.... (Full plot summary below)

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The story of a family in Waco, Texas in 1956. The eldest son witnesses the loss of innocence and struggles with his parents' conflicting teachings.

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Sin Magazine - 10/10 by Austin KennedyThis film is a cinematic triumph! Terrence Malick's masterpiece!
Bangitout.com - 10/10 by Jordan HillerTerrence Malick's astonishing masterpiece of light, movement, and spirit, casts a dizzying spell and somehow manages to pronounce the ineffable while telling its humble tale.
JWR - 10/10 by S. James WeggWriter/director Terrence Malick has defied the odds and created a masterpiece of harrowing truth and deeply felt emotion.
Cinema em Cena - 10/10 by Pablo VillaçaUma experiência profundamente religiosa para ateus, humanistas e, principalmente, cinéfilos.
Tri-City Herald - 10/10 by Gary WolcottThe Tree of Life needs to be seen. Even if it is just because you've never seen anything like it before.
New Orleans Times-Picayune - 10/10 by Mike ScottThis film is undoubtedly a piece of art, as much so as a Picasso painting, one that invites viewers to immerse themselves, scratch their heads and consider it.
Q Network Film Desk - 10/10 by James KendrickFor the first time in decades, Malick has achieved the height of his artistry in fully meshing the emotional and the aesthetic; they tug you in the same direction, rather than against each other.
ViewLondon - 10/10 by Matthew TurnerBeautifully shot, stunningly edited and superbly acted, Malick's long-awaited latest project is part childhood memoir, part metaphysical fantasy and part visual poem encompassing the beginning of life itself.
The Skinny - 10/10 by Philip ConcannonThe Tree of Life won't resonate with everyone, but viewers approaching it with an open mind and a curious spirit may feel it touching their soul in a way that few films can.
What Culture - 10/10 by Ed WhitfieldAny self-respecting cinephile should make time for it.

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