Certain Women

2016

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IMDb Rating 6.6

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Reviewed by eyasta 3/10

I appreciate a pretty wide variety of films. I wouldn&#x27;t call myself anindie junkie, but I like creativity that gets me to think or be awarein a new way and indie can certainly do that. Of course, sometimesaspects of a film will evade me (what was X about? what did Y mean?)and then I seek out others--and IMDb--to fill in the gaps.<br><br>I have to admit, I left this film lost and unsatisfied. Too MUCH of itwas a gap for me. Sure, I had some basic insights: how the normal-nessof life is worthy of attention and how the painful constancy ofloneliness exists in so many lives. The acting was good. I found thelong pans and the &#x22;un-action&#x22; movie action interesting. At least for awhile. But by about halfway, that was it. Those insights just repeatedthemselves. I spent the second half hoping for something to shed light,to at least tie some loose ends together. But it never came.<br><br>And it wasn&#x27;t just me and my friend. As we sat in the emptying theaterafter the movie, discussing our thoughts about it, an elderly ladyshuffled out behind us and said, &#x22;I don&#x27;t mean to blow my own horn, butI have a Ph.D. in English Literature. And STILL I can&#x27;t figure out whatthat movie was about! Do you?&#x22; So it wasn&#x27;t just me.<br><br>This is all I can conclude: This film slowly detailed 3 vignettes,suggesting there was something being told. Then it had nothing to say.Maybe it&#x27;s a Zen thing. But it wasn&#x27;t a satisfying experience for me.The stories came out of nowhere and went nowhere, albeit with somebeautiful scenes and emotions presented along the way and excellentacting. When it was over, there was no &#x22;there&#x22; there for me. I thinkthat&#x27;s what left me feeling unsatisfied. It was like a pretty mosaicleft in pieces. I can infer that someone formed a design with it and Iwant to see that design. But it&#x27;s in pieces and, try as I might, Ican&#x27;t put the pieces together. In fact, it feels like some pieces aremissing. So I walk away baffled.<br><br>Maybe this says more about me than this movie. Whatever the case, Iwalked away unsettled and not in an enlightened way. That didn&#x27;t feelgood.

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Reviewed by Victoria Weisfeld 8/10

You know from the movie previews and the rumblings from the multiplex&#x27;sadjacent theater that today&#x27;s movies are heavily weighted toward&#x22;action films.&#x22; Writer-director-editor Kelly Reichardt couldsinglehandedly reverse that trend with Certain Women, which can mostsuccinctly be described as an &#x22;inaction film.&#x22; It&#x27;s kind of hard to getused to Reichardt&#x27;s pace, so you might watch this and think &#x22;Wha---?&#x22;Here, the drama is at the deep inside the characters, hidden from allviews except the closest. And that&#x27;s what it gets from Reichardt&#x97;&#x22;apoet of silences and open spaces,&#x22; says A.O. Scott in the New YorkTimes. Based on short stories by Maile Meloy, the film is set in andaround Livingston, Montana, and the views of the lonely snowsweptplains are breathtaking. The story is presented in three separatevignettes that barely intersect. In the first, Laura Dern plays LauraWells, a lawyer trying to convince her persistent client (Jared Harris)that he can&#x27;t sue his former employer for on-the-job injuries becausehe already accepted a settlement. The client doesn&#x27;t believe it until amale lawyer tells him the same thing. She&#x27;s disappointed at manylevels&#x97;with her clients, her career, her love life. The middle vignetteinvolves Gina (Michelle Williams), a married woman with a disaffectedteenage daughter. She and her husband are building a new house, and shehopes to convince a slightly addled, elderly neighbor (ReneAuberjonois) to sell them a pile of unused sandstone blocks in hisfront yard. Behind Gina&#x27;s bright smile, you can feel her irritationthat the neighbor focuses his attention not on her request but on herhusband, eliding the decision, and finally the husband sells her out.Even within the bosom of her family, it&#x27;s clear, she&#x27;s alone. Thedreamiest and most poignant sequence follows the young womanJamie&#x97;beautifully underplayed by Lily Gladstone&#x97;on her daily routine,feeding and caring for a group of horses on a remote ranch. Therepetitiveness of her tasks in the snowy, mountains in the distance, ismesmerizing. Her routine and her equilibrium are disturbed by a chanceacquaintance with Beth, a harried young lawyer played by KristenStewart, overwhelmed by her own, very different grind. The extent ofJamie&#x27;s disturbance is painfully revealed in her quiet face, upon which&#x22;silent passion surges like an underground stream,&#x22; Scott says. Theacting is subtle and true, and Reichardt closely follows the dictum,&#x22;show, don&#x27;t tell.&#x22; Her characters don&#x27;t scream and rail and tell youwhat their issues are. You see it laid bare in front of you.

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Reviewed by Paul Allaer 8/10

&#x22;Certain Women&#x22; (2016 release; 107 min.) brings several stories aboutordinary women in a remote community in Montana. As the movie opens, weget to know Laura Wells, a lawyer who just had a quickie with her loverover lunch time (&#x22;I had a meeting&#x22;, she says to her assistant upongetting back to the office). Waiting for Laura is a disgruntled client,who feels he&#x27;s been cheated out of an injury settlement he feels he&#x27;sentitled to. An exasperated Laura decides to take him to another lawyerfor a second opinion. At this point we&#x27;re 10 min. into the movie but totell you more of the plot would spoil your viewing experience, you&#x27;lljust have to see for yourself how it all plays out.<br><br>Couple of comments: this is the latest movie fromwriter-director-editor Kelly Reichardt, the acclaimed indie moviedirector who previously brought us &#x22;Wendy &#x26; Lucy&#x22; and &#x22;Meek&#x27;s Cutoff&#x22;(both starring Michelle Williams, who returns here as well). The moviebrings three basically unrelated stories (based on Maile Meloy&#x27;scollection &#x22;Both Ways Is the Only Way I Want It&#x22;), and they all involvevery ordinary people and ordinary lives that are shook up in one way oranother (I&#x27;m biting my lips here, but won&#x27;t spoil anything). The firststory stars Laura Dern as the lawyer and Jared Harris as thedisgruntled client; the second story stars Michelle Williams as thewife/mother in a strained marriage. The best, though, is saved forlast, when we watch with fascination (and heartbreak) what unfoldsbetween Kristen Stewart (as the Livingston, MT lawyer teaching a schoollaw class in faraway Belfry, MT) and Lily Gladsone (as the lonesomehorse rancher attending the class). I cannot recall seeing KristenStewart being more authentic in any previous role, even as compared toher roles in, say, &#x22;On the Road&#x22; or &#x22;The Runaways&#x22;. Another major plusfor the movie is that Reichardt lets a scene develop. Certain camerashots seemingly last forever. I don&#x27;t mean to be snobby, but one of thereviews posted here gives this movie the lowest possible rating andcompares it to &#x27;watching paint dry&#x27;. I feel rather sorry for thatperson that he or she cannot appreciate a high quality movie like&#x22;Certain Women&#x22; (it is not a coincidence that this is rated 96% freshon Rotten Tomatoes).<br><br>&#x22;Certain Women&#x22; premiered at the Sundance film festival earlier thisyear to great acclaim, and finally opened this past weekend at my localart-house theater here in Cincinnati. The Tuesday evening screeningwhere I saw this at was attended very nicely, and you could hear a pindrop during much of the movie, as the audience seemed glued to theirseat and the big screen. If you are in the mood for a top-notch indiemovie with several great character studies and correlating outstandingacting performances, you cannot go wrong with this. &#x22;Certain Women&#x22; isHIGHLY RECOMMENDED!

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