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Every Thing Will Be Fine

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One day, driving aimlessly around the outskirts of town after a trivial domestic quarrel, a writer named Tomas accidentally hits and kills a child. Tomas spends the next 12 years examining the effect of the tragedy on his life and that of Kate, who lost someone close.
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Common Sense Media
Angst-filled drama is surprisingly dull and uninteresting.
January 08, 2016
Thrusts clumsiness and obviousness to the fore, rather than complexity and intricacy.
December 03, 2016
New York Times
Even for a movie about a writer detached from his emotions, it's ponderous, like a lucid dream gone bad.
December 03, 2015
Comparisons to Atom Egoyan's masterful puzzle The Sweet Hereafter would be unfair to this puzzling mass.
January 07, 2016
Not even Wenders seems to understand what this film is trying to say about the human experience.
January 07, 2016
Chicago Sun-Times
It's a well-photographed story with an intriguing setup, but soon we're mired in a meandering, stilted story with forced dialogue and some surprisingly subpar performances from the talented cast.
January 08, 2016
Globe and Mail
A small but taut drama in which the beautiful physical details jumping off the screen only serve to emphasize an ill-defined setting and major insufficiencies in the script and performances.
December 11, 2015
Toronto Star
With backing from producers in no less than five countries and director of the gravitas of Wim Wenders - not to mention a solid cast - you'd think Every Thing Will Be Fine would be more impressive than it turns out to be.
December 10, 2015