O Princípio da Incerteza (The Uncertainty Principle)
O Princípio da Incerteza (The Uncertainty Principle) (2002)

Manoel de Oliveira's The Uncertainty Principle is based, like several other of the director's films, on the writing of Agustina Bessa-Luís. The film opens with a long shot of an old cathedral in the rain, as a young woman, Camila… More

Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: October 4, 2002
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Jurgen Fauth

Takes itself much too seriously.

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Arthur Lazere

Dense and enigmatic...elusive...stagy and stilted

Josh Ralske
All Movie Guide

The philosophical musings of the dialogue jar against the tawdry soap opera antics of the film's action in a way that is surprisingly enjoyable.

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Ed Gonzalez
Slant Magazine

Seeing as the film lacks momentum and its position remains mostly undeterminable, the director's experiment is a successful one.

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Rachel Gordon

Though excessively tiresome, The Uncertainty Principle, as verbally pretentious as the title may be, has its handful of redeeming features, as long as you discount its ability to bore.

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