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7.2

Generally favorable reviews- based on 6 Ratings

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  1. Dec 7, 2010
    6
    Metropia is dark like a Tim Burton or Terry Gilliam film which has been set in the toilets of an eerily deserted nuclear bunker. It suffocates you with gray monotones and darkened blue/brown hues to enforce an idea of repression which draws you into its soulless, post apocalyptic world where life is never questioned. The story alludes to a fuel shortage, yet trains can run non stop night and day across a whole continent simultaneously, and while portraying astonishing technical innovation the convoluted plot feels largely empty as if examined by an absent author lazily relying on aesthetic to convince. If I was to divide the ratings I would give the art 9/10 (though critically no artistic variety from Paris to Sweden) and the plot 3/10. A big gap which is too large for such an ambitious film to fill. Expand
  2. Nov 11, 2013
    10
    Vincent Gallo is extremely talented in many ways. He is also complex sensitive, poetic and very funny. The public responses to him vary greatly. He is completely misunderstood and those who misunderstand his intensions and humor will certainly misunderstand his masterful works of art. Gallo's performance in Metropia is fantastic
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47

Mixed or average reviews - based on 4 Critics

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  1. Reviewed by: Natasha Senjanovic
    50
    The colors are mostly gray tones with the sharp, disturbing animation that works well for a thriller. However, Metropia is weighed down by a convoluted plot.
  2. Technically innovative but narratively moribund, Metropia is all stasis and shadows. Perhaps Mr. Saleh could have listened to a lighter voice.
  3. Reviewed by: Leslie Felperin
    50
    The characters at first seem photorealistic, but their faces barely move. There are good, basic sci-fi ideas in the script, but they're not satisfyingly developed.