Critic Reviews for Chorus
A festering beauty of a film slowly reveals itself in this bleak but uplifting black-and-white study of grief from Quebeçois director François Delisle, an acutely aware portrait of a relationship after the unimaginable.
A gritty, emotionally honest (and draining) film about coming to grips with the horrors life can throw at you at any given moment.
It's a delicate balance. The mood is heavy and could easily tip to the side of melodrama, but Delisle keeps his cool by keeping emotional breakdowns to a minimum.
Observing a finely-wrought filigree of despair, "Chorus" is remarkably effective at making you feel something you already know to be true.
Audience Reviews for Chorus
A strangely cold drama that doesn't leave us much room for emotional investment or for anything that we haven't felt before in superior films about loss, and it is hard to get past the intrusive voice-over and the characters' self-pity that sometimes borders on masochism.
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