A Hidden Life2019
A Hidden Life (2019)
Critic Consensus: Ambitious and visually absorbing, A Hidden Life may prove inscrutable to non-devotees -- but for viewers on Malick's wavelength, it should only further confirm his genius.
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as Franz Jägerstätter
as Franziska Jägerstätter
as Resie Schwaninger
as Vicar Ferdinand Fürthauer
as Judge Lueben
as Rosalia Jägerstätter
as Lorenz Schwaninger
as Bishop Joseph Fliessen
as Major Schlegel
as Fredrich Feldmann
as Major Kiel
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How does someone retain their innocence in an inescapably dark time? It's a painful question, but [Terrence] Malick's film is brave enough to ask it.
The drama lacks inner tension. Rather than wrestling with himself, as other Malick heroes do, Franz remains a noble waxwork helplessly true to his own convictions.
An exquisitely emotional and thorough account of an individual resisting state fascism.
Eyes may instinctively roll at Malick's fixation with magical dawn and dusk light - confronted by real darkness, the result is his best film in years.
Despite its faults, the film does indeed succeed in being a species of religious experience. It has a powerful sense of the immanence of life.
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