Critic Consensus: State of the Union is an insightful and scathing collection of scenes from a troubled marriage, with Chris O'Dowd and Rosamund Pike proving to be compelling partners in sophisticated banter.
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These stories are as rewarding as they are withholding. By showing only slices of the protagonists' lives, the audience is tasked with looking out for changes in their dynamic. It's like a game of Spot the Difference.
It's so good, in fact, you're left wishing there was more; more time, more settings, more to the story than just the simple structure these professionals excel within.
Ten ten-minute films in which a couple grapples with the difficulties of maintaining an intimate relationship in our hurried times.
Marriage is portrayed in ten excellent slices. [Full Review in Spanish]
The intimacy and simplicity of [State of the Union] can prove intensely discomfiting, a bit stale, entrancing or all three depending on your own preferences.
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