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I Smile Back

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Laney is an attractive, intelligent suburban wife and devoted mother of two adorable children. But she takes the drugs, sleeps with the men and disappears when she wants. Now, with the destruction of her family looming, and temptation everywhere, Laney makes one last desperate attempt at redemption.
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6.1
Quality:
HD
Duration:
85 min
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The Film Stage
At a running time of 85 minutes, we learn too little about Laney and too much about her addiction.
February 24, 2016
rec.arts.movies.reviews
Silverman is excellent, but she could use a better script.
August 15, 2016
Eye for Film
The sort of reductionism one finds in cautionary videos made for schools, with equally weak logic.
December 17, 2015
Laramie Movie Scope
It would be nice if this film offered more hope for Laney, but it isn't that kind of film. It is just a slice of life, and a pretty depressing slice at that, with a disturbing beginning, a dismal end and false hope in the middle.
January 21, 2016
Globe and Mail
Silverman delivers a knockout performance - any memories of her scatalogical stand-up act are washed away in an instant. But her intense commitment to the depths of depression belongs in a better, more focused, less derivative film.
December 04, 2015
Toronto Star
I Smile Back pummels with nastiness, then moves from one shocking event to the next without a backward glance.
December 03, 2015
Seattle Times
Silverman's performance, while good, is by no means great, and she is not able to transcend what amounts to a little too much sweetness and light in this cinematic "Smile."
November 05, 2015