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New York Times:
Savage gallows humor might have substituted for pathos. But Adam Resurrected feels so detached that there is not a laugh, nor even a wicked smirk of nihilistic glee, to be gleaned.
Even when it flies off the rails deep into its third act, Resurrected remains strangely hypnotic.
New York Post:
A semi-unbearable attempt at profundity set in a mental institution 15 years after WWII.
New York Observer:
I can tentatively recommend it if only because there has never been anything like it in the history of cinema as far as I can remember.