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7.8

Generally favorable reviews- based on 4 Ratings

User score distribution:
  1. Positive: 4 out of 4
  2. Mixed: 0 out of 4
  3. Negative: 0 out of 4

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  1. Dec 7, 2014
    7
    OOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHH It's over at last! holy moly this is a languid slow-burning art house movie! I called it, mid-film that Philip Glass was the composer. The score is so minimal it hurts, it feels claustrophobic, which I don't think was intended. The imagery is both beautiful to behold and stiflingly monochromatic. I was transfixed at some stretches, and bored to death at others. TheOOOOOOOOOOHHHHHHHH It's over at last! holy moly this is a languid slow-burning art house movie! I called it, mid-film that Philip Glass was the composer. The score is so minimal it hurts, it feels claustrophobic, which I don't think was intended. The imagery is both beautiful to behold and stiflingly monochromatic. I was transfixed at some stretches, and bored to death at others. The attempt to tie an encompassing theme into this about how technology fixates us is so heavy-handed, yet also SO ambiguous. Nothing really comes together into a wholesome product. These images and their sometimes lack of cohesive details ultimately lead to more of an alienating effect than an arresting one. It's gosh-darn silly at points. I don't really know what to think. This movie was and wasn't a waste of my time. Does that make sense? Expand
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63

Generally favorable reviews - based on 19 Critics

Critic score distribution:
  1. Positive: 11 out of 19
  2. Negative: 2 out of 19
  1. Reviewed by: Trevor Johnston
    Apr 1, 2014
    80
    There’s much to ponder in a brave, defiantly idiosyncratic film that’s as mesmerising as it is unexpected.
  2. Reviewed by: Simon Crook
    Mar 31, 2014
    60
    Strange and surreal but with moments of real beauty.
  3. Reviewed by: Peter Keough
    Mar 13, 2014
    63
    Visitors is lovely, soothing, like the cinematic equivalent of tasteful elevator music, but it doesn’t convey as much truth as a single glimpse into Triska’s eyes.