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Every Thing Will Be Fine

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One day, driving aimlessly around the outskirts of town after a trivial domestic quarrel, a writer named Tomas accidentally hits and kills a child. Tomas spends the next 12 years examining the effect of the tragedy on his life and that of Kate, who lost someone close.
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Blu-ray.com
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January 07, 2016

Not even Wenders seems to understand what this film is trying to say about the human experience.
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FILMINK (Australia)
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November 13, 2016

...watchable and diverting.
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Globe and Mail
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December 11, 2015

A small but taut drama in which the beautiful physical details jumping off the screen only serve to emphasize an ill-defined setting and major insufficiencies in the script and performances.
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Newcity
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January 07, 2016

Comparisons to Atom Egoyan's masterful puzzle The Sweet Hereafter would be unfair to this puzzling mass.
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Toronto Star
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December 10, 2015

With backing from producers in no less than five countries and director of the gravitas of Wim Wenders - not to mention a solid cast - you'd think Every Thing Will Be Fine would be more impressive than it turns out to be.
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ArtsHub
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December 03, 2016

Thrusts clumsiness and obviousness to the fore, rather than complexity and intricacy.
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Chicago Sun-Times

January 08, 2016

It's a well-photographed story with an intriguing setup, but soon we're mired in a meandering, stilted story with forced dialogue and some surprisingly subpar performances from the talented cast.
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The Film Stage
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February 22, 2016

Even those moments that raise the eyebrows sky-high still have a weird integrity and determination skating under the surface.
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RogerEbert.com
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December 04, 2015

Wenders is trying to do new things within the confines of a pretty standard European art-film scenario, and the viewer can see he's not approaching the material as though it's rote ...
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Common Sense Media
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January 08, 2016

Angst-filled drama is surprisingly dull and uninteresting.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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December 17, 2015

Wenders has a history of employing exceptional cinematographers (such as Robby Müller), and here gets fine work from Benoit Debie, whose glowing landscapes and interiors contribute at least as much as the script.
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New York Times
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December 03, 2015

Even for a movie about a writer detached from his emotions, it's ponderous, like a lucid dream gone bad.
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