She Dies Tomorrow

critic Reviews

, 80% Certified Fresh Tomatometer Score
  • Formally provocative and emotionally raw, She Dies Tomorrow confirms writer-director Amy Seimetz as a filmmaker with a unique -- and timely -- vision.
  • , Fresh Tomatometer Score
    Katie WalshTribune News Service
    Seimetz boldly leans into narrative ambiguity and metaphor, deftly manipulating film form and sound to craft this eerie, lyrical tone poem about what it's like to be alone, consumed by thoughts of your own death.
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    Justin ChangLos Angeles Times
    "She Dies Tomorrow" is nothing if not a celebration of individual eccentricity, something it manages through the jagged novelty of its form and the distinctiveness of its principal actors.
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  • , Rotten Tomatometer Score
    James BerardinelliReelViews
    In the end... it's all a rather hollow experience (as is too often the case with existential horror).
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    Jeannette CatsoulisNew York Times
    Dazed but far from confused, "She Dies Tomorrow" tugs at you, nagging to be viewed more than once.
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    Ann HornadayWashington Post
    A vivid but vaporous portrait of collective unease that feels uncannily of this moment.
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    Bilge EbiriNew York Magazine/Vulture
    She Dies Tomorrow is one of the scariest movies I've seen in a long time.
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    David BaxBattleship Pretension
    As despairing a tale as this is, it's often absurdly funny.
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    Anita KatzSan Francisco Examiner
    Herself an actor, Seimetz draws on-target humor-laced (the film is funny) performances. Sheil, both entertaining dippy and dramatically solid in the role of anchor presence Amy, is particularly noteworthy.
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    Josh BellCBR
    Just because the concept carries added resonance in our current moment doesn't mean that Seimetz's vague, wispy exploration of it is effective.
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    Alissa WilkinsonVox
    She Dies Tomorrow is designed to infect you, too, at least a little - colored lights, unidentifiable soundscapes, a heavy pace, and the never-ending strains of the Requiem cast a spell of existential dread. It's catching.
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