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James White

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A young New Yorker (Christopher Abbott) struggles to take control of his self-destructive, hedonistic behavior as his mother (Cynthia Nixon) battles cancer. As the pressure on him mounts, James must find new reserves of strength or risk imploding completely.    
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New Statesman
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February 24, 2016

It's not easy viewing by any means. But it is strangely refreshing for a movie to show us that terminal illness involves agony and vomit and terror, despite what Beaches might have told us.
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April 28, 2016

A film that criticizes society and the way it focuses on vanity and other superfluous things. [Full review in Spanish]
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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December 03, 2015

An accomplished and compelling film by writer/director Josh Mond, James White is also pretty much a bummer.
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Chicago Reader
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December 03, 2015

Abbott contributes a smart, soulful performance, but Nixon keeps threatening to walk away with the movie as the mother, who can't get enough of life and whose physical decay is colored by rage, defiance, and terror.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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July 10, 2016

One of the year's most unfairly invisible successes.
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Arizona Republic
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December 17, 2015

Whether you want to spend time with "James White" depends on your tolerance for yet another film about how hard it is for guys who just feel too much.
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4:3
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April 01, 2016

Josh Mond's film feels like a careful curation of western cinephilia's most overdone narrative arcs and exhausted character clichés.
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Washington Post
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December 03, 2015

"James White" gets up close and personal in often discomfiting ways, but it's never exploitative or glib. It hits the highs, and the rock bottoms, and all the damnable stuff in between.
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The Film Stage
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February 25, 2016

One will never wish to go through precisely what White does, but losing one's parents is inevitable, and the film is a searingly authentic portrait of the process.
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Seattle Times
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December 10, 2015

The experience of watching "James White" is like being shut up in a small, dark, airless room ... a sickroom.
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PopMatters
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December 13, 2016

Josh Mond's movie is an unwavering gaze into an abyss, provided by absolutely stirring performances from his lead performers.
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