Midnight Family

critic Reviews

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  • As narratively urgent as it is technically well-crafted, Midnight Family offers an enthralling and disquieting glimpse of healthcare in modern Mexico.
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    Steve EricksonGay City News
    Midnight Family is filled with an offhand beauty. Lorentzen walks a fine line.
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    Broader context might help, although the film's vivid intimacy creates a powerful sense of urgency.
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    Matt Zoller SeitzRogerEbert.com
    One of the great contemporary films about the look and feel of a big city after dark.
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    Christopher Llewellyn ReedFilm Festival Today
    Midnight Family may spend much of its time in the dark, but sheds spectacular light on the wonders and nightmares of the human condition.
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    David BaxBattleship Pretension
    Midnight Family shows us a world in which health care and food are just more commodities; in other words, our world.
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    Avi OfferNYC Movie Guru
    A gripping, thrilling and eye-opening fly-on-the-wall documentary.
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    Manohla DargisNew York Times
    Periodically while watching "Midnight Family" you feel as if you can't look at the screen for another second. But you can't look away either.
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    Vikram MurthiAV Club
    These moments of downtime provide a warm, comic energy to Midnight Family that renders the Ochoas naturally sympathetic subjects and illustrates why Lorentzen decided to film them in the first place.
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    Chuck BowenSlant Magazine
    It's the mix of the humane and the calculating that gives the film its empathetic power.
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    Roger MooreMovie Nation
    A harrowing and cautionary inside look at the Wild West of Mexico City emergency services.
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