A Londoni férfi 2007

Critics score:
70 / 100

Reviews provided by RottenTomatoes

Nathan Lee, New York Times: The Man From London, directed by Bela Tarr, is an outrageously stylized, conceptually demanding film. Read more

Dana Stevens, Slate: Feels like no other film that you've seen before. It's cerebral and lugubrious, yet simple as a fairy tale. Read more

David Fear, Time Out: Demanding, and certainly not to everyone's taste (patience is needed), the film nevertheless has the power to thrill and amaze. Read more

David Jenkins, Time Out: The Man from London' lacks the grandiose 'cosmic' intimations of the director's past work, and though it contains many moments of sublime cinematic choreography, this is finally good Tarr, but not great Tarr. Read more

Derek Elley, Variety: The Man From London checks in as good but not great Tarr, more on the level of his first mature work, Damnation (1987), than one to sit at the Olympian table of Satan's Tango and Werckmeister Harmonies. Read more

Ed Gonzalez, Village Voice: Tarr struggles to adapt to an outmoded genre and, in the end, produces his least personal work to date. Read more