Time Out Of Mind (2015)
Critic Consensus: Time Out of Mind demands patience, yet its noble intentions -- and Richard Gere's committed performance -- are difficult to deny.
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Critic Reviews for Time Out Of Mind
Oren Moverman's observational drama about the day-to-day life of George (Richard Gere), a homeless man in New York, is made with delicacy and insight.
Rejoice, fans of silver foxes and Eighties love-gods. A week after Richard Gere scorched the screen as a billionaire morphine addict in The Benefactor, he's back, and this time he's on camera for nearly every frame.
Moverman's screenplay boldly rejects conventional plot structure, instead showing us George's life in breaths and snatches. It's all soundtracked by the city itself: a great clamour of engines and voices, disembodied and indistinct.
It peters out on the home stretch, but there's so much here that's impressive.
Director Oren Moverman doesn't seem all that interested in the grimy horror of homelessness except insofar as it gives him an opportunity to show Gere in the midst of an identity crisis: who am I, and how do I fit into the world?
Audience Reviews for Time Out Of Mind
A fantastic performance from Richard Gere. This shows just how harrowing and depressing life can get if you are homeless. Riveting and slightly repulsive at the same time.
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