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EvolutionThe only residents of young Nicholas's seaside town are women and boys. He senses everyone is lying to him, why must he, and all the other boys, be hospitalised? And with help from a young nurse, he learns the secret of what the women do on the beach at night.
Actors of "Evolution"
Directors of "Evolution"Lucile HadzihalilovicBirthdate: 7 May 1961, Lyon, Rhône, France
Creators of "Evolution"Lucile HadzihalilovicBirthdate: 7 May 1961, Lyon, Rhône, FranceAlante KavaiteBirthdate: 1973, Vilnius, Lithuanian SSR, USSR
Critic Reviews of "Evolution"Chicago ReaderJanuary 26, 2017
Hadihalilović maintains a dank, spectral mood, and she's admirably disciplined in her slow revelation of what amounts to a gynocentric nightmare.Minneapolis Star TribuneDecember 29, 2016
Hadihalilovic's eerily controlled creep-out conveys a hybrid impression of unease, a sensory siren call in harmony with Kafkaesque nightmare states.San Diego ReaderDecember 15, 2016
It's easy to imagine the 85-minute runtime being trimmed to 60, given the limited action and abundance of long, static takes, but then, Hadzihalilovic probably wants to give the dread time to soak in.Arizona RepublicDecember 08, 2016
"Evolution" is a work daring in its singular vision and refusal to compromise with viewers.San Francisco ChronicleDecember 07, 2016
The character development and plot in "Evolution" are minimal, and its bold themes aren't fully explored, but as an exercise in creepy atmospherics, this is one of the most accomplished films of the year.L.A. WeeklyNovember 29, 2016
Gorgeously unnerving.El Nuevo Herald (Miami)December 20, 2016
A film of a strong surreal and metaphorical tone, with nurses dressed in an old fashioned way experimentating on children in an operating room that resembles a morgue. [Full review in Spanish]MovieMailDecember 19, 2016
By all means wallow in its imagery; when it comes to meaning, however, most viewers surely won't be waving but drowning.MovieFreak.comDecember 14, 2016
I'm almost positive I didn't grasp at least of half of what was going on, maybe more than that. But what is here, how it is explored, I can't get it a single second of it out of my head.SF WeeklyDecember 08, 2016
Evolution never quite gives up its secrets, and it's not a coincidence that the opening shots are deep underwater, since the picture submerges the viewer in its world and keeps them there.Reeling ReviewsDecember 02, 2016
Hadzihalilovic's poetic bio-horror doesn't answer any questions, instead submerging us into her dreamlike, watery world as seen through her young protagonist's eyes.We Got This CoveredNovember 28, 2016
Evolution is undeniably beautiful, but it's a small-scale story which ignores a larger world that needs far more exploration.
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