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Little Ashes

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In the midst of the repression and political unrest of pre-Spanish Civil War, three rebels are willing to take on the world. Two lovers risking it all. One story, untold until now.
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Old School Reviews
limps along about as lifelessly as one of Dali's melting clocks
September 16, 2009
Washington Post
Beltran, for his part, makes a solidly believable Garcia Lorca. The problem is with the man with whom he's obsessed. In Pattinson's performance, we never see what Garcia Lorca sees in Dali.
May 29, 2009
Sydney Morning Herald
It feels as though Morrison and Goslett are trying too hard to emulate the work of their subjects.
March 25, 2010
Seattle Times
Better to seek out these artists' works firsthand than to settle for this tame rehash, pretty as it may be.
May 14, 2009
The Age (Australia)
The drawcard of Robert ''Twilight'' Pattinson as Dali is a mixed blessing for the filmmakers, given how ill-at-ease he is in the role. Javier Beltran, as Garcia Lorca, cast as the heroic centre of the film, cuts a more confident figure.
March 25, 2010
International Press Academy
It's not even worth it for Robert Pattinson, who is shown in the movie, nearly fully naked, with his privates tucked between his legs, but everything else showing.
August 18, 2009
Deseret News, Salt Lake City
Beltran tries to give this flimsy nonsense some weight, but Brits McNulty and Pattinson's attempts at a Spanish accent are woeful.
September 03, 2009
Boston Globe
What's intended to be a daring look at repressed sexuality, three-ways and all, has the dramatic heft of a true-love comic book.
May 21, 2009
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Little Ashes is stylish enough to beguile and bold enough to provoke, but it's not bright enough to illuminate.
May 28, 2009
Toronto Star
Even cinematographer Adam Suschitzky's richly textured and resonantly toned cityscapes and rural scenes can't make up for a flawed script and weak performances in what might have been a powerful historical drama.
May 22, 2009