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    Blue Jay

    Former high school sweethearts Jim and Amanda have been out of touch for more than 20 years, when returning to their tiny California hometown and meeting each other by chance, they reflect on their shared past.
    Duration: 80 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2016
    IMDb: 7.3
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  • Actors of "Blue Jay"

  • Characters of "Blue Jay"

    Jim. Character of Blue Jay
    Played by: Mark Duplass
    Amanda. Character of Blue Jay
    Played by: Sarah Paulson
  • Directors of "Blue Jay"

    Alex Lehmann. Director of Blue Jay
    Alex Lehmann
  • Creators of "Blue Jay"

    Mark Duplass. Director of Blue Jay
    Mark Duplass
    Birthdate: 7 December 1976, New Orleans, Louisiana, USA
  • Critic Reviews of "Blue Jay"

    Los Angeles Times
    October 13, 2016

    If the first hour or so of "Blue Jay" were anywhere near as compelling as its last 15 minutes, the film could have proved quite a special little experience.
    October 07, 2016

    A gentle, genuine trip down memory lane that features one of our best actresses in the kind of role she doesn't get to play that often.

    October 06, 2016

    It's to the credit of both the movie and its stars that the easy sense of naturalism isn't undone by the eventual revelations. These people are believable, and so are their conversations, and so is their shared past.

    New York Times
    October 06, 2016

    Blue Jay is wistful and beautifully acted until the moment Amanda produces an unsent letter from Jim that she has discovered among the piles of old clothes and keepsakes. Nostalgia gives way to melodrama.

    October 06, 2016

    Paulson is way overdue for a lead role, and though Blue Jay is minor fare ... it's a great vehicle for her to run up and down the emotional scale without breaking a sweat.

    Entertainment Weekly
    October 06, 2016

    Though the film largely trains on the simple, dialogue-fueled interaction of two people, it feels more spectacular than theatrical, showcasing the acting prowess of two master performers feeding on mutual chemistry and performative bravado.

    Cinema em Cena
    December 10, 2016

    A touching movie that understands how time transforms us. [Full review in Portuguese.]

    The Young Folks
    October 21, 2016

    Blue Jay utilizes its simplistic concept to the best of its ability, packing equal parts depth and humanity throughout.

    Under the Radar
    October 19, 2016

    Mark Duplass and Sarah Paulson share a palpable chemistry as the former paramours. Their way is natural, grounded, and unflinchingly human.

    Mark Reviews Movies
    October 14, 2016

    The film may not stick the landing, but everything before that is special.

    Paste Magazine
    October 13, 2016

    That's not to say Blue Jay is original, per se, but it is well crafted, well mannered and very well acted.

    We Got This Covered
    October 11, 2016

    Sarah Paulson and Mark Duplass shine in Blue Jay, a charming nostalgia trip tackling heady themes in a manner that is both lovingly awkward and brutally real.

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