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Greece · 2010
1h 35m
Director Athina Rachel Tsangari
Starring Ariane Labed, Evangelia Randou, Vangelis Mourikis, Yorgos Lanthimos
Genre Drama

Marina is 23 years old living in a boring factory town in Greece, experiencing sexual frustration and a general distaste for humans. Her only relationships are with her terminally ill father and her best friend Bella, but things quickly change when a stranger comes to town, and Marina begins an intimate relationship with him.

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Village Voice by

While Tsangari may have borrowed Attenborough's "British phlegmatic tenderness," as she calls it, Attenberg is worlds away from a nature documentary.


Slant Magazine by Andrew Schenker

A boldly conceived assemblage of diverse and seemingly random fictional materials, Athina Rachel Tsangari's Attenberg is concerned with nothing less than those hardy perennials: sex, death, and modernity. And coming of age a little too late.


The New Yorker by Anthony Lane

The father's resignation to that fate is, on balance, the most compelling aspect of the film, and I will not readily forget the sight of him staring out over the town and mourning the long history of his homeland. "We built an industrial colony on top of sheep pens," he says, "and thought we were making a revolution." Maybe Attenberg is topical, after all.


Time Out by Eric Hynes

Attenberg shares with the Oscar-nominated "Dogtooth" a weakness for overgrown innocence and deadpan perversity.


IndieWire by Eric Kohn

With its persistent inventiveness and a lack of unearned sentimentality, the movie provides an antidote to a lot of lazily produced dramas about death, American or otherwise.


The A.V. Club by Scott Tobias

Stripped of all its random weirdness, Attenberg has the premise of a classic Yasujiro Ozu drama like "Late Spring," with its relationship between a widower approaching death and a devoted daughter who needs to leave the nest before it's too late.

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