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Song to Song

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Two intersecting love triangles. Obsession and betrayal set against the music scene in Austin, Texas.
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Georgia Straight
Less a movie than a year's subscription to Architectural Digest crammed into a 130-minute montage.
April 13, 2017
Toronto Star
Terrence Malick's latest film isn't so much a movie as it is a freeform collection of whispers and beseeching looks.
April 06, 2017
Under the Radar
The failure of Song to Song lies in the chasm that continues to widen between Terrence Malick's directing style and the scope of the narrative he wishes to take on.
May 20, 2017
Commercial Appeal (Memphis, TN)
After three films, the auteur's habit of employing the most attractive of movie stars as leads while 'real' people and members of ethnic groups are used as exotic props has seriously diluted the impact of the work's promise of transcendence and salvation.
April 14, 2017
Film Inquiry
The lack of a strong storyline and strong narrative did not make Song To Song as enjoyable of an experience as I had hoped.
April 20, 2017
Everyone wants to get inside the other, live inside the other's warm soul for a brief moment of connection and comfort. But they're all such airy characters, they breeze through the spaces like so many familiar, almost stereotypical spectres.
April 07, 2017
San Francisco Chronicle
"Song to Song" is Terrence Malick's first truly awful film.
March 23, 2017
Chicago Reader
This is the one with Ryan Gosling, and like Terrence Malick's two previous dramas it's a gauzy, improvised affair that looks like a photo essay out of Architectural Digest and regards its gorgeous, murmuring actors as if they were statuary.
March 23, 2017