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IndignationSet in1951, the movie tells the story of Marcus (Logan Lerman), a working-class Jewish student from New Jersey, who falls for a young woman (Sarah Gadon) while clashing with his dean (Tracy Letts) in 1951 Ohio.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 110 minQuality: HDRelease: 2016IMDb: 6.7
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Directors of "Indignation"James SchamusBirthdate: 7 September 1959, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Creators of "Indignation"Philip RothBirthdate: 19 March 1933, Newark, New Jersey, USAJames SchamusBirthdate: 7 September 1959, Detroit, Michigan, USA
Critic Reviews of "Indignation"Time OutNovember 14, 2016
A mildly interesting coming-of-age tale, nothing more.Detroit NewsAugust 12, 2016
Despite its pluses, "Indignation" often plays like a heavy handed after-school special. It's not so much indignant as it is tedious.Seattle TimesAugust 11, 2016
"Indignation" is an elegant debut for longtime producer Schamus; a visit to the past, with both sunshine and darkness.Minneapolis Star TribuneAugust 08, 2016
With its mature perspective on distant formative years, the film feels true to the spirit of Roth; little from the deep wellsprings of the great novelist's fiction is lost in translation.Globe and MailAugust 05, 2016
Writer and director James Schamus turns Indignation into a minor period piece, a precise but seemingly pointless evocation of the stultifying conventionalism of an American university campus in the 1950s.Toronto StarAugust 04, 2016
Schamus gets the suffocating look of 1951 American academia just right, with its sweaters and skirts, and with a rose motif worthy of Citizen Kane. What's missing is any real drama or purpose.Stream on DemandJanuary 13, 2017
James Schamus, the longtime maverick film producer who co-wrote many of Ang Lee's films, adapts the 2008 Philip Roth novel and directs this measured, serious, heavily introspective coming-of-age drama.ArtsHubJanuary 08, 2017
The philosophical debate at the heart of the film works better than the sensitive romance around it.MetroActiveJanuary 01, 2017
Despite occasional (brief) flashes of resistance, when a personality threatens to surface, Marcus is so passive, he's practically inert.Financial TimesDecember 27, 2016
The period detail is reverent, every sweater and side-parting just-so. Yet the stifling design makes a good fit for the airless world in which Marcus is marooned, and the reminders of darkness and death at the edge of the film relieve the prettiness.Irish TimesDecember 27, 2016
A compelling drama.
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