FFCC members on Kenneth Lonergan’s ‘Manchester by the Sea’

FFCC members on Kenneth Lonergan’s broken family drama Manchester by the Sea



Dan HudakPunch Drunk Movies

“Lee’s restraint in dealing with anything is born out of fear of yet another failure, and Affleck’s ability to convey that resistance makes this a performance that’s easy to under appreciate. Don’t. It deserves all the attention it can get.”

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Hans MorgensternIndependent Ethos

Manchester by the Sea is a beautiful subversion of death and grieving. ”

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Rene RodriguezMiami Herald

Manchester by the Sea makes you gasp at the enormity of the emotions these characters are feeling.”

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Ruben RosarioMiami Art Zine

“Kenneth Lonergan has made the most vital American film I’ve seen this year.”

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Skip Sheffield,  Skip Sheffield’s Flix, Muzik, Showz, Travel & More Blog

“Ben’s younger brother is quite an actor. I am sure we will hear of him at Oscar time.”

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Alfred SotoHumanizing the Vacuum

Manchester by the Sea is the closest American example to date of what Mike Leigh achieves every couple of years in England: lived-in pictures with people acting in contradictory, infuriating ways, like the rest of us.”

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