She Dies Tomorrow

critic Reviews

, 83% 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
    Robbie CollinDaily Telegraph (UK)
    The film is never less than time-passingly bonkers, but I rarely found it much more than that either, and its plot is so deliberately opaque that it seems to be daring you to mentally check out at every non-turn and un-twist.
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    Anton BitelSight and Sound
    a horror movie which reduces its central fear to the most fundamental form of existential dread.
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    Simran HansObserver (UK)
    Alternately hilarious and spine-tingling, it recalls David Lynch's Twin Peaks in its serious, penetrating sense of doom.
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    Adam KempenaarFilmspotting
    Does it amount to more than that experiment -- a cinematic, sensory exercise in portraying existential dread in a heightened way that reflects a universal human experience? I'm not sure it does. But maybe that should be enough.
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    Kevin MaherTimes (UK)
    The characters are just awful. Superficial, inarticulate, mewling dolts. So odious, in fact, that you wonder if this is satire.
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    Tara BradyIrish Times
    From the opening scenes, Seimetz and her clever ensemble cast have fun with the weighty conceit and post-Malick somnambulism.
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    Louisa MooreScreen Zealots
    Comes across like a glorified student film rather than a contemplative exercise in existential anxiety.
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    Tim BraytonAlternate Ending
    It does one thing very well, and it does it with no little amount of style.
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    Robert RotenLaramie Movie Scope
    There are parts of this film where the action is so slow that you can speed up the video playback to twice normal speed, and it still looks slow. The faint, mumbling dialog doesn't help, either.
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    Juan BarquinMiami New Times
    It's a mood piece more than anything else, sometimes unsettling, sometimes hilarious, and always intriguing.
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