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The Seagull

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In order to visit her old and ill brother, Irina Arkadina, a well known actress, accompanies her lover, Trigorin, a famous novelist, and her son, and go to the country, where their life has been challenged by the power of love, as her son falls in love with a country girl named Nina, who falls in love with Trigorin, to bring terrible for them.
98 min
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Observer (UK)
We are left with the sense of a story that has been co-opted into the same accessible, middlebrow terrain that Chekhov was originally reacting against.
September 09, 2018
Detroit News
Mayer brings a labored hand to the proceedings and can't maximize his dynamite cast or the potential for salaciousness in Chekov's tangled web of characters.
June 15, 2018
Irish Times
This isn't a movie. It's tonal warfare.
September 10, 2018
Boston Globe
Great, thoughtful acting can take you only so far, and "The Seagull" has been brought into close-up without ever coming into focus.
May 24, 2018
CBC News
It feels like at times it's attempting to condense the drama...this leads more to the soap-ish end of the spectrum. There's an elliptical quality to the storytelling that I'm not quite sure works this time around.
September 10, 2018
San Diego Reader
A story full of passion and longing and rage and betrayal that comes across as abstract verging on bloodless.
May 25, 2018
L.A. Weekly
As entertaining and as lovingly crafted as it is, it fails to transcend.
August 20, 2018
St. Louis Post-Dispatch
Chekhov would be appalled.
May 31, 2018