Signs & Wonders
Signs & Wonders (2000)

Alec Fenton, an Americanized-European commodities trader is living happily in Athens with Marjorie, his wife, an American of Greek origin who works at the American Embassy. Alec believes in signs and premonitions, which leads him to a… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: April 26, 2002
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66%
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38%


Critic Score: 66% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews
Michael Atkinson
Village Voice

Rampling, to her credit, helps hold the nuthouse together.

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Edward Guthmann
San Francisco Chronicle

For all its ambition and richness of style, Signs & Wonders never shows us what's inside Alec.

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Brent Simon
Entertainment Today

Abtruse, delicately constructed and thoughtful... an arty Euro-flick with an almost entirely emotional mystery and pay-off.

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Steven Rea
Philadelphia Inquirer

Until it devolves into what seems like a quasi-surreal Fatal Attraction ... offers a stark, spooky portrait of family fracture and loss.

Jason Gorber
Film Scouts

Danger: when your suspense film ends and you don't care who really did "it", whatever "it" is, you might want to rethink the plot.

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Dennis Schwartz
Ozus' World Movie Reviews

Feels like a film that could have been shot by Nicolas Roeg.

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Loren King
Boston Globe

Has extraordinary depth and insight about the limitations and follies of human beings.

Philip Martin
Arkansas Democrat-Gazette

Underrated ...

Jeremiah Kipp
Flipside Movie Emporium

While it loses its balance deliberating between a political message about American values, a mystery of chance and a steamy love triangle, Signs & Wonders makes for compulsive viewing.

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Flixster Audience Score: 38% Flixster User Reviews
John Ballantine
Even though it was critically panned, I can't say that I didn't enjoy this film. There is tremendously good interplay between the leads and heavy good… More
Dimitris Springer
I like it.As a cult art-house it doesn't fail,trifling and playfully iconoclastic.Greece as a tourist/underground combination.We have a Rambling/Skarsgard… More