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Mountains May Depart

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The film, depicts the life of Tao, and those close to her, explored in three different time periods: 1999, 2014, and 2025. Lyrical, moving, and dazzlingly ambitious, Mountains May Depart is one of the year's most important films.
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Globe and Mail
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March 04, 2016

There's a lot of heart here.
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December 06, 2016

It's galling how much [the third act] deflates the exemplary first two acts of what could have been a truly great film.
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June 21, 2016

With insight and lots of emotion, the film depicts a new generation of people in China. [Full review in Spanish]
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July 01, 2016

While it falls just short of [Jia's] best, it's still an excellent, accomplished film from a master filmmaker.
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August 01, 2016

Zhao Tao's awe-inspiring performance and the pure audacity of director Jia Zhangke make Mountains May Depart the auteur's best effort to date.
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San Francisco Chronicle
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March 10, 2016

Jia's languid style and exquisite framing complement his understated approach to the material, which opts for depth over melodrama. But "Mountains May Depart" is grounded in Zhao's delicate performance, which is her best.
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Boston Globe
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May 12, 2016

So confident is this director's touch that "Mountains May Depart" holds you with the humanity of its telling rather than the gloom of its conclusions.
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Cine Vértigo
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June 22, 2016

A reinterpretation of a classic Hollywood melodrama. [Full review in Spanish]
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Los Angeles Times
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March 24, 2016

Like most of the indispensable Jia's work, this triptych film, which jumps from 1999 to 2014 and then to 2025, is intimately engaged in the push-pull between tradition and progress.
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La Jornada
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June 21, 2016

With narrative simpleness, the director gives us a surprising family portrait. [Full review in Spanish]
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
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March 10, 2016

Director Jia Zhangke offers a work of poetic prophecy in this romantic and political melodrama.
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Grantland
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October 24, 2016

Another breakthrough by a director who has never stopped pushing either himself or his idea of what a Chinese movie can do and be.
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