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River of GrassA dissatisfied housewife (Lisa Bowman) and her boozing lover (Larry Fessenden) are sent on the run together, thinking they've committed murder. They try to leave South Florida but lack the money to do so.Genre: DramaCountry: United StatesDuration: 76 minQuality: HDRelease: 1994IMDb: 6.6
Actors of "River of Grass"
Directors of "River of Grass"Kelly Reichardt
Creators of "River of Grass"Jesse HartmanKelly Reichardt
Critic Reviews of "River of Grass"BuzzFeed NewsApril 01, 2016
It's not exactly action-filled, but its main character is explicit about what's on her mind and how deep-seated her desire to escape is.RogerEbert.comMarch 11, 2016
It's almost too ethereal, it slips through your fingers when you try to grab it. Although that could be the point.NPRMarch 10, 2016
River of Grass is very funny, but in a more somber key it also test-drives what will become Reichardt's specialty: the transformation of cheerless wastelands into backdrops for journeys of the parched soul.AV ClubMarch 10, 2016
Reichardt subverts expectations at every turn, while simultaneously painting a vivid portrait of southern Florida (the title refers to the Everglades, and the film goes back and forth between Broward and Dade County) in all its sun-drenched seediness.Village VoiceMarch 08, 2016
A film of fizzy languor ... terrific ...Ozus' World Movie ReviewsDecember 31, 2016
The downbeat noir story is filled with deadpan humor, a type of humor that Bowman and Fessender excel in.Brooklyn MagazineDecember 09, 2016
This unassumingly brilliant filmmaker illuminates the sense and flavor of this disconsolate epoch in all its unheroic vexation.MetroMarch 11, 2016
Awash in almost-no-budget '90s indie smudge, it's a 'Bonnie and Clyde' about people who only wish they were Bonnie and Clyde.The Film StageMarch 11, 2016
[It] isn't able to reach the peaks of Reichardt's later monumental work, but it's educational in mapping out her concerns as a filmmaker, and a stirring reminder of her abilities as a visual stylist.Paste MagazineMarch 10, 2016
If Meek's Cutoff could be seen as an anti-Western, using the genre's tropes in defiantly subversive ways, River of Grass pulls similar tricks with crime drama and noir clichés.Slant MagazineMarch 07, 2016
Kelly Reichardt's film is a wry, appealingly raggedy look at the impossibility of conjuring up excitement from boredom.EmanuelLevy.ComJune 15, 2011
This minimalist yet revisionist indie feature (Reichardt's debut) is a highlight of the 1994 Sundance Film Fest.
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