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Always Shine

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The film tells a story of two friends Anna & Beth who decide to have a weekend trip because they want to heal their rift which was broken by competition & jealousy. However, surprise events occur suddenly which lead to unexpected consequences.
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Metro
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December 02, 2016

Always Shine is a psychological thriller snuggly placed over a cutting feminist tract, like a comfy sweater.
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Ozus' World Movie Reviews
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December 18, 2016

A twisty psychological thriller.
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Entertainment Weekly
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December 01, 2016

FitzGerald and Davis are both excellent, convincingly turning the smallest, most seemingly harmless discussions into highly charged cat-and-mouse workouts.
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RogerEbert.com
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November 25, 2016

None of this would be possible without the extraordinary performances of these two actresses.
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Eye for Film
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December 22, 2016

Despite good work from both its stars, and some interesting ideas, Always Shine ultimately amounts to less than the sum of its parts.
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Los Angeles Times
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December 01, 2016

As the fog closes in, so too does the foreboding, expertly tuned to fraught dissonance by director Sophia Takal, who blends art-house flourishes with such horror conventions as the spotty cellphone reception that signals trouble.
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Paste Magazine
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December 07, 2016

Always Shine is a gem of a film, a haunting, sobering depiction of female relationships couched within male-dominated spaces.
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New York Times
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November 24, 2016

"Always Shine" is a deft, assured movie with a sly self-reflexive undercurrent containing commentary on sexism and self-idealization that's provocative, and sometimes disturbing.
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Consequence of Sound
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December 06, 2016

What's most gratifying is Levine and Sakal's ability to satisfyingly weave criticisms of the way Hollywood treats women into this tale of deteriorating female friendship.
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Chicago Reader
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December 01, 2016

[Takal has] created two characters with distinctly different approaches to femininity, but these are hard to separate from the women's habitual self-regard.
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Time Out
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November 23, 2016

Every casual exchange becomes a lunge for dominance, and the movie keeps you flinching.
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