Critic Consensus: Grim yet compelling, Share avoids rote didacticism thanks to sensitive direction and committed central performances.
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For teens and their parents [this film] ought perhaps to be compulsory viewing. A word of advice though: maybe watch in separate rooms. Some things are just not meant to be shared.
Share's ascetic dismissal of concrete details renders the film alienating, even off-putting.
In Barreto, a 21-year-old British unknown, Bianco has an actor who's persuasively ordinary as a teenager, but also totally hypnotic.
A masterful example of how cinema can channel what filmmaker Deborah Kampmeier dubbed 'the female experience.'
In an effectively understated performance with minimal dialogue, Barreto's haunted face conveys it all, showing us the already fragile psyche of a teen slowly break down with the glum realisation of how unjust the world around her can be.
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