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    Hello I Must Be Going

    The film tells a story of a beautiful women Amy who her marriage ends in divorce. She returns her parent's house where she meets and falls for a 19-year old actor who changes her life absolutely.
    Duration: 95 min
    Quality: HD
    Release: 2012
    IMDb: 6.2
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  • Actors of "Hello I Must Be Going"

  • Characters of "Hello I Must Be Going"

    Amy. Character of Hello I Must Be Going
    Ruth. Character of Hello I Must Be Going
    Played by: Blythe Danner
  • Directors of "Hello I Must Be Going"

    Todd Louiso. Director of Hello I Must Be Going
    Todd Louiso
    Birthdate: 27 January 1970, Cincinnati, Ohio, USA
  • Creators of "Hello I Must Be Going"

    Sarah Koskoff. Director of Hello I Must Be Going
    Sarah Koskoff
  • Critic Reviews of "Hello I Must Be Going"

    St. Louis Post-Dispatch
    October 18, 2012

    "Hello I Must Be Going" is at once an intriguing character study and a refreshingly offbeat romance.

    Boston Globe
    October 18, 2012

    The movie's sharp-tongued and softhearted, a Sundance kind of film that mostly sidesteps generic Sundanceyness.

    Chicago Reader
    September 21, 2012

    Sarah Koskoff's screenplay is flagrantly duplicitous, introducing the heroine as a self-pitying sloth, then trying to pass her off as likable by making nearly all the other characters drips, snobs, or unfeeling scolds.

    Washington Post
    September 21, 2012

    Succeeds almost entirely on the strength of Melanie Lynskey's heartfelt and humorous performance in the lead role.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    September 20, 2012

    Sarah Koskoff's play-it-safe script and Louiso's heavy-handed direction combine to kill the potential of "Hello I Must Be Going."

    Seattle Times
    September 20, 2012

    Lynskey lets us see, from deep within Amy's fog, an instinctual desire to please, and a sense of innocent wonderment at how she could possibly have gotten into such a mess.

    Film School Rejects
    June 02, 2014

    ...a sincerely personal take on its subject matter, opting for three-dimensional leads and earned pathos over quirky character traits, cynical humor, or an invasively stylized visual approach.

    Salt Lake Tribune
    November 03, 2012

    Lynskey imbues the self-doubting Amy with such lightness that she manages to make neediness appealing.

    Shared Darkness
    November 01, 2012

    A fine and funny film balanced perfectly between heartbreak and uplift, anchored by a rich, superlative turn from Melanie Lynskey.
    October 02, 2012

    I'm of two minds about Hello I Must Be Going. It's a slow-paced movie, and at times, too slow ... Yet the fine actors, especially the emotive-faced Melanie Lynskey and the restrained Blythe Danner, elevate the film well beyond its story line.

    Austin Chronicle
    September 28, 2012

    The film is worth seeing for the performances, but the drama is a nonstarter.

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