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    Submission (2017)

    A well-respected professor who is a celebrated novelist and loving husband loses himself when he becomes obsessed with an ambitious and talented student.
    Duration: 106 min
    Quality: SD
    Release: 2017
    IMDb: 5.6
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  • Actors of "Submission (2017)"

  • Characters of "Submission (2017)"

    Ted Swenson. Character of Submission (2017)
    Played by: Stanley Tucci
    Angela Argo. Character of Submission (2017)
    Played by: Addison Timlin
    Sherrie Swenson. Character of Submission (2017)
    Played by: Kyra Sedgwick
  • Critic Reviews of "Submission (2017)"

    New York Observer
    March 20, 2018

    A seriously considered film brimming with ideas worth examining.

    Detroit News
    March 09, 2018

    Tucci and Timlin are both quite good in their roles, and writer-director Richard Levine (adapting Francine Prose's 2000 novel "Blue Angel") does an excellent job of slowly escalating the pair's relationship.

    Los Angeles Times
    March 08, 2018

    Honoring the primacy of language for his characters, Levine deftly reveals the ways they wield it to seduce, attack, manipulate, repress and, occasionally, to communicate.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    March 08, 2018

    At a time when modestly budgeted movies about human life beyond puberty are all but extinct, it shows us that here and there a heart remains beating.

    Washington Post
    March 07, 2018

    For a movie addressing themes singularly suited to this moment, it's all the more disappointing when it whiffs those chances.

    San Francisco Chronicle
    March 05, 2018

    The film squanders some dramatic possibilities and has a truncated sense about it. We are left to wonder whether something went wrong with the script, or in the editing room, or both.

    Film Inquiry
    April 05, 2018

    Submission lacks the insight and perspective to become a movie that represents "now." When the current cultural, political, and social climates are especially contentious, perhaps we need a movie that will address these issues head-on.

    Flickering Myth
    March 21, 2018

    Submission is a fine film held back by a script full of convenient plot developments and flimsy writing; a cautionary tale for the consequences of men thinking with their junk too much

    Punch Drunk Critics
    March 19, 2018

    ...viewers will most likely overlook the strong performances by stars Stanley Tucci and Addison Timlin and instead focus on the wasted opportunity to say something important about this moment in our time.

    Epoch Times
    March 16, 2018

    Submission might make itself useful as a mandatory instructional video for male professors; a "Scared Straight" for campus PhD's thinking about messing with nubile co-eds.

    Flick Filosopher
    March 14, 2018

    In the moment of #MeToo and #TimesUp, this tale of the relationship between an older male professor and his young female student is howlingly out of step and outrageously tone deaf. And that's on top of its tedious clichés.

    Daily Film Fix
    March 11, 2018

    Frustrating but sincere and well acted, especially by Tucci, who embodies a middle-aged man in transition, "Submission" explores well the risk associated with stepping out of one's comfort zone and shaking free from the stranglehold of mediocrity.

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