May In The Summer
May In The Summer (2014)

To all appearances, May Brennan (Cherien Dabis) has it all -- intelligent, gorgeous, the recipient of raves for her recently published book and set to marry her loving fiancÚ Ziad (Alexander Siddig), a distinguished New York scholar. But… More

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Rated: R
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Release Date: January 12, 2015
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Critic Score: 59% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Ben Sachs
Chicago Reader

Dabis's character comes off as a self-serving fantasy.

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Tom Long
Detroit News

You believe in these people, you care about them and their struggles. And in the end, you wish them all the best.

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Rick Bentley
Fresno Bee

A film that pulls us in with a sweet and powerful story where major tent poles of religion and politics are presented in a strong but subtle way.

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Tom Keogh
Seattle Times

Dabis covers a lot of ground as a storyteller while delivering a smart, focused performance.

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Robert Abele
Los Angeles Times

There's goodwill to go around in Dabis' modestly engaging yarn, from its appealing performances to the times it zeroes in on the ways culture, tradition and individuality cause headaches and heartaches as much as comfort.

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Jennifer Chang
Under the Radar

[May In The Summer] unfortunately lacks the emotional depth for a satisfying resolution.

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Barbara VanDenburgh
Arizona Republic

Ultimately you're left with a drama so contained, it can be neatly wrapped up in single sentences of passed-on wisdom.

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Stephanie Merry
Washington Post

It's diverting to watch and has moments of brilliance, but even with all its refreshing female characters, "May in the Summer" doesn't leave a lasting impression.

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Matthew Lickona
San Diego Reader

Notable chiefly for its knowing, comfortable depictions of female relationships, sibling relationships, familial relationships. Also its determination to rise above some of its more sitcommy plot points.

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