Critic Consensus: Beautifully filmed and powerfully acted, Ema puts a thoroughly distinctive spin on its story of emotional trauma and self-discovery.
Critic Reviews for Ema
You'll remain under Ema's spell for a long time after the credits have rolled.
In the hands of a lesser director, Ema would have seemed merely preposterous. Here the contrivances are intriguing.
Normality consumed by chaos, and no one in sight - good films look relevant in the strangest times.
The film is anchored by some dynamic dance sequences and a couple of quirky scenes with a flame-thrower. But I couldn't quite shake the feeling, though... that the film was afflicted with a slightly pervy sheen.
A prickly punk remix that takes a traditional art-house character study about a young woman dealing with emotional turmoil and filters it through the stylistic approaches more common to recent art-pop hybrids like "Lemonade."
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