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Rated R for pervasive language, some violent content and brief nudity.

R 138min.
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Tilda Swinton stars in director Erick Zonca's drama about a 40-year-old alcoholic who, in a rare moment of sobriety, sees where her life is headed and makes one last-ditch attempt to steer herself away from the disastrous path that she has been ... Read More
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December 19, 2009
Swinton is an actress of rare grace and talent, even as she allows herself as the character to appear raw, drunk, and unappealing. In this difficult role (the film is moving but flawed), she makes this melodrama into a compelling story. One of the best actresses alive today.
September 01, 2009
not that good
May 10, 2009
One of the worst films I've seen in years. The script and character development were banal and vapid. Julia's complete and utter narcissism leaves nothing for the audience to identify with. In fact, she was totally unlikable and uninteresting. As a result, there was nothing credible about the spurts of empathy that suddenly emerged after she dumped the kid in the desert. The whole story line

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