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  • Summary: Axl lives in a warehouse. Vera also lives in a warehouse. The two of them have never met, even though their warehouses are one and the same. Will these two find love together in the London Boho scene?
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  1. An agonizingly familiar refrain, but one that the young Argentine director Alexis Dos Santos relates with such tenderness and with so much ethereal beauty that it feels like something fresh.
  2. Reviewed by: Justin Chang
    An exquisitely tender tale of two young Euro immigrants trying to find themselves (but not each other) in contempo London, Unmade Beds has a lively, romantic spirit that recalls the playfulness and spontaneity of the French New Wave.
  3. Reviewed by: Anthony Kaufman
    Unmade Beds revels in its art-pop sensibility, bursting with the spirit of Jean-Luc Godard and Wong Kar-wai.
  4. Reviewed by: Anna Smith
    Light and entertaining, if a little clunky at times.
  5. Overly familiar but endearing nonetheless, this coming-of-age indie from Alexis Dos Santos is most likely to appeal to those who recognize themselves in the story's lost heroes.
  6. Reviewed by: Whitney Borup
    While elements of the film may be a little cliché, I found it highly relatable. It would be dishonest to say I didn’t enjoy myself.
  7. Reviewed by: Kevin B. Lee
    The film and its young cast exude a charismatic irreverence, yet a hazy, perfunctory mood dulls the playful proceedings.

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