One
One (2000)

Tony Barbieri made his directorial debut with this psychological drama about two old friends. Garbage collector Nick (Kane Picoy) once had a promising baseball career until he hit his manager. Now he lives in a building owned by his father… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: December 17, 2002
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Critic Score: 67% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Jay Carr
Boston Globe

So tautly, engrossingly and convincingly told that it doesn't need much dialogue.

David Luty
Film Journal International

Screenplay also telegraphs the fates of both characters from very early on, a decision that sucks out a great deal of potential suspense and drama.

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Frank Swietek
One Guy's Opinion

Goes too far in the direction of reticence, deliberately dampening the emotional resonance of the story so persistently that the characters become opaque and the narrative overly flat and matter-of-fact, even at the most wrenching moments.

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Kenneth Turan
Los Angeles Times

Serious and uncompromising filmmaking in the best sense of the words.

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Robert Strohmeyer
Filmcritic.com

This flick has all the trimmings of a fourth-year film school final project and just isn't ready for the big screen.

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E! Online

An affecting tale of friendship and failure.

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Stephen Holden
New York Times

An effective, but self-conscious, exercise in contemporary neo-realism.

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John A. Nesbit
ToxicUniverse.com

One has some interesting scenes, but not enough to recommend it to most audiences.

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Scott Renshaw
Scott Renshaw's Screening Room

Even with such a mega-subdued story, One is still strangely watchable.

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