Person to Person
Person to Person (2017)

In PERSON TO PERSON, a record collector hustles for a big score while his heartbroken roommate tries to erase a terrible mistake, a teenager bears witness to her best friend's new relationship, and a rookie reporter, alongside her… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Genre: Drama
Release Date: July 28, 2017
DVD Release Date: October 31, 2017
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Critic Score: 47% Rotten Tomatoes™ Critic Reviews

Consensus: Person to Person's moments of insight and absorbing character development are scattered among an aimless, disjointed narrative.

G. Allen Johnson
San Francisco Chronicle

The Big Apple has never looked so small and inconsequential.

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Alan Scherstuhl
Village Voice

Person to Person is a gently comic slices-of-life drama, the kind where a variety of people's conflicting, occasionally overlapping experience of the city comes together into a messy whole.

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Meredyth Cole
MUBI

For a film so set on understatement, both comedic and dramatic, Person to Person is surprisingly affecting.

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Christy Lemire
RogerEbert.com

A solid cast whose talents mostly go to waste and a movie that meanders from one moment to the next without much momentum.

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Kimber Myers
Los Angeles Times

It's a slight film, but it's populated by enjoyable moments and wry observations that will appeal to fans of talky indies.

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Danielle Solzman
Solzy at the Movies

There was just way too much going on...

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Nicole Herrington
New York Times

The soundtrack - an infectious blend of retro gospel, R&B and funk - often feels too breezy and soulful for this mundane affair, especially when it precedes scenes with pouty teenagers, even if they're world-weary sorts.

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Inkoo Kang
TheWrap

Don't expect satisfying answers from this aimless drama, which is chockablock with characters but offers little insight or cohesive storytelling.

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Linda Marric
HeyUGuys

Defa, who writes as well directs, delivers a respectable ensemble cast movie with intricate story-lines and likeable characters; however it would have been more beneficial for the narrative had the stories been more neatly tied together.

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