Aroview: Billy Bob Thornton performs a truly impressive writer-director-actor hat-trick for his remarkable tale about an asylum inmate reintegrated into a backwater community after two decades. Fastidious attention to character, dialogue and setting conjures a rarely authentic portrait of Southern Americana, while its cathartic finale ultimately enshrines it as a modern classic.
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1 star (Turkey) It's hard to know what is most objectionable about this film: Thornton's tedious "method" schtick, the am-dram dramaturgy, the weak characterisation or the utterly implausible plot? One could go on. The film is a feast of (very negative) possi ~Anon