Critic Consensus: Flawed yet well-acted, Frankie finds director/co-writer Ira Sachs getting snagged in his story's thorny relationships -- and often freed by his stellar cast.
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Taking a role designed to collapse the divide between performer and character as opportunity to uncover new levels on naturalism, Huppert offers another beautifully modulated turn in a part that is primarily reactive.
Sachs manages this day in the life without cumbersome exposition thanks to the texture of this casting, all while keeping the disparate concerns of three generations moving.
It's a little too late but it's also surpassingly lovely: an aching frame around the human muddle before we go home for good.
Alas, as whole, Frankie plays like one of Woody Allen's lesser, European-set films...
[The] performances feel lived in, like they're actually friends meeting up for the fist time in years.
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