Naked As We Came
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Naked As We Came
After an unexpected phone call, Laura and her brother Elliot rush to their family's country estate to find their mother, Lilly, gravely ill and living with a handsome young stranger named Ted. Estranged for some time, their mother's condition sets Laura and Elliot on a path to realizing where their own lives have gone wrong. Lilly, on the other hand, has mellowed from the controlling woman she was and is hoping to pass on some wisdom to her children. Now her kids find themselves dealing with their own feelings of resentment and broken dreams while trying to figure out how Ted fits into… More
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"As in too much queer cinema, Naked is weighed down by wooden, charisma-free hunks in leading roles, but McWilliams proves a revelation whose passionate performance more than compensates for the distracting eye candy."
‑ John Oursler, Village Voice
"On the other hand, when LeMay focuses on family drama and lets the calmer moments (albeit with roiling emotions just under the surface) rule the movie."
‑ J.C. Mašek III, PopMatters
"Writer and director Richard LeMay's film plays from the heart, sometimes almost too blatantly. But on the whole, it nicely underscores how silences and shouts often come from the same place."
‑ Joe Neumaier, New York Daily News
"Here is the way it should happen when a family says goodbye: Making peace. Making connections. Smelling the orchids. Seeing the light."
‑ Anita Gates, New York Times
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