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Undertow

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The death of his wife affects badly on John Munn, a kindhearted man with two sons, Chris and Tim Munn, who after his wife's death, leaves his country to another one in Georgia, where they have an isolated life, the thing that makes his sons' rage, but after meeting their evil uncle, everything changes, as they learn many lessons from their struggles with their uncle.
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Minneapolis Star Tribune
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November 11, 2004

There's certainly nothing wrong with trying to make a movie visually pleasing, but it shouldn't come until after there's a good plot and intriguing characters.
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Q Network Film Desk
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March 29, 2016

its marriage of conventional thriller dynamics and unexpected visual potency marks it as something both utterly unique and reliably familiar
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Film Threat

December 06, 2005

Green's most accessible film to date, yet he keeps his directorial style very close to the way it's always been. Slow, patient, revelatory.
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Cinema Crazed
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April 29, 2009

A tense and entertaining murder thriller about redemption and greed...
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Cinema Writer
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September 07, 2010

a drag-down bore
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Orlando Sentinel

November 19, 2004

Green is all surface and no depth in his effort to channel the late novelist William Faulkner.
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Time Out
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August 16, 2007

Green's signature pastoral tangents and codeine pacing don't slow down this tale of two boys fleeing their psychotic uncle so much as inappropriately slacken any of the story's suspenseful aspects.
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CHUD
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February 27, 2009

While it has lulls and sleepy moments, Undertow also full of startling truths and beauties, as well as offering a window into a side of the country that movies rarely bother to look at.
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Denver Rocky Mountain News

December 10, 2004

Green's characters often find themselves in raw, unprotected moments, but Undertow also can feel a little too mesmerized by its own junkyard visions.
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Sacramento News & Review
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August 07, 2008

The actors grapple manfully with the ersatz rural poetry of the dialogue, but Green's pacing is slow and self-indulgent, and the action often departs from recognizable human behavior.
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Atlanta Journal-Constitution

December 09, 2004

The film's first half is hypnotically watchable.
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Variety
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March 26, 2009

A deep-fried piece of Southern Gothic that wears its unpleasantness like a merit badge...
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