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Ten Thousand Saints

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Jude is a teenage boy who is trying to reconnect with his father Les in 1987 Manhattan. When Jude's friend, Teddy, dies of a drug overdose, Jude finds himself befriending a group of friends who are against drugs, alcohol, profanity and sex and live for punk-style rock music. When he meets Eliza, who is sixteen years old and is pregnant with Teddy's child, he and Les are forced to be her rock as she struggles through her pregnancy and early motherhood while Jude struggles with his feelings for her and his relationship with his father.
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Ethan Hawke is so funny in Ten Thousand Saints that he nearly keeps the movie afloat.
August 20, 2015
Los Angeles Times
"Ten Thousand Saints" pulsates with full-blooded supporting characters who create a tragic-absurd tapestry of decay and rebellion in the Ronald Reagan years, from depressed New England to volatile New York. It's too bad the center cannot hold.
August 13, 2015
HeraldNet (Everett, WA)
The movie feels like a quickly-sketched version of something much, much bigger.
August 28, 2015
The emotionally uneven film is more intriguing in parts than as a whole, with the periphery characters often more compelling than the somewhat passive protagonist.
September 02, 2015
Globe and Mail
Lacks resonance and a steady directorial hand.
April 22, 2016
Chicago Reader
The film shows all the earmarks of a story too heavily compressed; the complications among the entwined families pile up after a while, and the period milieu feels arbitrary.
August 20, 2015
Washington Post
Jude, our narrator, is paper thin. His most memorable qualities are his gangly frame and his bright blue eyes.
August 20, 2015