Actors Of "Foxfire"
Director of "Foxfire"
Critics Of "Foxfire"
Daily Telegraph (UK)
August 08, 2013 There's a certain ragged sincerity to the enterprise, but as a feminist tract it relies too much on repetitive blunt force, and as a piece of film-making it's often wearyingly drab.Read in Source
August 12, 2013 Gifted filmmaker Cantet (The Class) packs this fascinating story with vivid characters, but fails to shape the narrative into something that holds our attentionRead in Source
August 08, 2013 The passion and sincerity of the performers carries the day.Read in Source
May 15, 2014 There's a ... sense that the drama based on Joyce Carol Oates' 1950-set novel is being explored by young women actually living the experiences of pushing back against a world they feel is determined to hold them down.Read in Source
August 13, 2013 Tighter editing could have elevated this from a respectable adaptation into something with an incisive edge, but at least it's a better take on the book than the misguided 1996 version ...Read in Source
Shadows on the Wall
September 03, 2013 It's a fascinating story packed with vivid characters, but the pacing is so meandering that the story never builds any momentum at all.Read in Source
London Evening Standard
August 09, 2013 Individual performances range from striking to self-aware, with interaction often hesitant - a drawback in a story predicated on female unity.Read in Source
August 06, 2013 In lesser hands, the same story could feel like a misguided, girl-power exploitation flick.Read in Source
August 08, 2013 With the grim, ineluctable logic of resistance movements - the logic of mission creep and self-fulfilling vows of fanaticism - the girls move from non-conformism to violent confrontation, from empowerment to their and others' endangerment.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...