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April 18, 2011
i didn't get it...i didn't care for the ending. sorry, too artsy for me.
April 08, 2011
One of the best films of the year. This is a THINKING film so if you don't want to use your brain when you see it, don't go. It questions what is real and what is fake. Juliette Binoche has never been better. HIghly recommended.
April 02, 2011
I saw the movie again. If you pay close attention to the conversation they have in the car about Juliette Binoche sleeping behind the wheel of the car when the baby was in the back seat of the car and also when they were sitting on the steps of the hotel and she put her head on his shoulder and said to him: "you have changed, you have a new perfume, " and he said
March 20, 2011
very slow...good acting but a slow moving plot that goes nowhere.
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The Hollywood Reporter
Binoche has a chance to display her noteworthy gifts as a comedienne, switching effortlessly from English to French and Italian to build a character that is resentful, manipulative and seductive all at once. Full Review
Time Out New York
Her (Binoche) award-winning performance is reason alone to dive into such intellectual gamesmanship. (She can suggest an entire emotional arc with one facial tic.) Full Review
A comedy of remarriage buried in intellectual abstraction and cinephilic obsessions, Certified Copy wanders a bit but never loses focus, with the only certainty being that its gimmick is genuine. Full Review
Abbas Kiarostami's Certified Copy is exactly that: The Iranian modernist's first feature to be shot in the West is a flawless riff on our indigenous art cinema. Full Review
The Globe and Mail (Toronto)
Ultimately, Certified Copy with its unresolved loose ends is a puzzle box without a key. Full Review