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A Screaming Man (Un Homme qui crie) Movie Poster
NC-17 In Theaters 04/13/2011 , 92min.
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The Hollywood Reporter
Haroun is uninterested in big war scenes and is best at evoking the little details of life. Full Review
David Fear
Time Out New York
A collective sense of psychological turmoil seems to weigh heavily on the entire country as much as Champ, reaching critical mass once chaos creeps into the city-leading to a quiet, climactic walk into darkness that earns the right to be called haunting. Full Review
Eric Kohn
At its core, A Screaming Man emphasizes the strength of family bonds. It's a sad, moving portrait that has nothing to do with its chaotic setting. Full Review
Joe Neumaier
New York Daily News
Haroun is achingly conscious of day-to-day decisions that seem small when they're made but can suddenly loom large. Full Review
Manohla Dargis
The New York Times
It's a modest film, if only in scale and apparent budget, about some of the greatest questions in life, like the existence of God, our capacity to see beyond our own vanity and the legacies of fathers, both blood and state. Full Review

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