Parachute

critic Reviews

, 78% Fresh Tomatometer Score
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    Jessica KiangVariety
    Deeply felt and certainly proves that [Snow]... has a promisingly deft directorial hand.
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    Leslie FelperinHollywood Reporter
    Smart and compassionate.
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    Rod MachenAustin Chronicle
    The inevitable climax of Parachute not only hits hard but is set up perfectly by all that comes before.
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    Jude DryindieWire
    With men’s stories crowding most of film history, a host of untapped material awaits the burgeoning genre of the messy young woman. As with all familiar stories, however, it’s all too easy to court cliché -- even when trying so hard to flout conventions.
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    Jason BaileyThe Playlist
    A purposefully de-glammed examination of body image and self-loathing from a woman whose age and line of work would suggest that she’s had plenty of unfortunate opportunities to indulge in both.
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    Monique JonesCommon Sense Media
    The movie's focus on mental health -- as well as the stars' interesting performances -- make Parachute stand out from other indie films, if not enough to qualify it as a totally new take on the romantic drama genre.
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    Joel CoplingSpectrum Culture
    The message of Parachute is sound, but as they say, the execution falters.

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    Robert KojderFlickering Myth
    Brought to life with moving and committed performances, these are two relatable characters that mostly feel real until the film stagnates, and then they don’t
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    Todd JorgensonCinemalogue
    Committed performances drive this powerful low-budget drama that navigates tricky thematic territory with sensitivity and clear-eyed empathy.
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    Mark DujsikMark Reviews Movies
    [T]here's definitely something insightful here, but it's hindered by the repetitious nature of where the screenplay ultimately keeps its focus.
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