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Nocturnal Animals

  • Starring: Amy Adams, Jake Gyllenhaal, Laura Linney, Isla Fisher, Michael Shannon
  • Director: Tom Ford
  • Genre(s): Drama, Thriller
  • Rating: R
  • Running Time: 115 min.

An art gallery owner is haunted by her ex-husband’s novel, a violent thriller she interprets as a veiled threat and a symbolic revenge tale.

"Style is substance in Ford’s second film. Unlike many puzzle-piece movies, it thrills on every level."
- Kevin Harley, Total Film
"Ford is a true moviemaker — a social observer who’s a junkie for sensation and narrative. He has structured Nocturnal Animals beautifully, so that the past feeds into the present, and fiction into reality."
- Owen Gleiberman, Variety
"The film once again demonstrates that Ford is both an intoxicating sensualist and an accomplished storyteller, with as fine an eye for character detail as he has for color and composition."
- David Rooney, Hollywood Reporter
"Tom Ford's first film since 'A Single Man' is another winner, an ambitious high-wire noir thriller with Amy Adams and Jake Gyllenhaal in an explosive tale of love, violence, and revenge."
- Owen Gleiberman, Variety
"All the more impressive for being two movies in one: the kind of "sad people in nice houses" tale you might expect from the couturier-turned-filmmaker, and a down-and-dirty West Texas revenge thriller that calls to mind Sam Peckinpah."
- Alonso Duralde, TheWrap
"With everything going on, Nocturnal Animals is the sort of narrative and tonal minefield that a lesser director could easily have gotten lost in. Ford allows us to consider and cherish each unique thread and wonder just how it could all possibly come together"
- Rory O'Connor, The Film Stage
"Nocturnal Animals is an impressively ambitious effort, one part mean Texas thriller, one part middle-age melodrama, and makes for a meta-textual riddle that is almost as pleasurable to reflect on as it to actually watch."
- Ben Croll, Indiewire

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