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Review of Heaven Knows What
by darkfire19
Posted on May 11th, 2021
Negative 3
Overall Rating
an extremely well made film about the life of drug addicts on the streets of new york. does it break any new ground? not really. i'm not sure what ground there is to break. this film does what it sets out to do pretty well. it's gritty and tough throughout. this isn't an enjoyable film but it is rewarding in certain ways. the central performance here is outstanding. arielle holmes carries the film with her screen presence. she doesn't do much but her performance gives the film an edge that it perhaps would not have if it got a different perfomrance at the center of the film. i'm intrigued to see where she goes next as an actor. at times though, this film feels a bit too empty. i don't think that it quite reaches the emotional heights that it is shooting for because of that empty quality to it. perhaps, this quality comes from the fact that much of the life of the people that we are following is so monotonous. at times, we get lost in that monotony and the film isn't as powerful in stretches at it is trying to be. i get the feeling that the film is actually aiming for that. and i think it works in a different way because it is able to pull it off. it feels very vital and very true to the characters and the situations and that is the main strength of the film.

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