FFCC members on ‘Room’

FFCC members review Lenny Abrahamson’s latest film, Room, starring Brie Larson.



Juan BarquinDim the House Lights

“An incredibly affecting experience overall.”

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Allison Hazlett, FlickDirect

Room is a brilliant and poignant piece of film making, the movie is thought provoking and relevant. Practically borrowing from recent years headlines, the story reminds us to keep our kids close and treasure every moment we have with them.”

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Hans Morgenstern, Independent Ethos

You have to hand it to Donoghue, who brings her prowess with words to the big screen brilliantly, from the honest words out of the mouth of a child, to the complicated feelings that come after trauma.

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Connie Ogle, The Miami Heard

“A work with true emotional heft that highlights what Donoghue hammered home so effectively in her breathtaking book.”

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Reuben Pereira, The Film Frontier

“At its heart, this is a beautiful and tender depiction of a relationship between a parent and her child, and a melancholic look at how we make connections with others in even the most dire of circumstances.”

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Alfred SotoHumanizing the Vacuum

“Heartwarming in the conventional ways, Room falters at the point when the tale’s biggest enigmas need a lighter touch.”

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