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Take Me to the River (2015)
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Take Me to the River (2015)

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A Nebraskan family reunion couldn’t seem more backwards to a gay Californian teenager when a bloodstain on his young cousin's dress makes him the unwitting suspect of abuse and places him at the center of a long buried family secret.
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SF Weekly
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March 31, 2016

Take Me to the River is Picnic at Hanging Rock-level cagey about its central mysteries, and while many of its characters know what happened off-screen in both the recent and distant past, they ain't sharing the details with us, just their pain.
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East Bay Express

April 07, 2016

You'll have to see for yourself what a slender plot line, well-chosen parts, and skillful directing can achieve with a handful of rich characters and a deceptively peaceful setting.
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Boston Globe
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April 01, 2016

Sobel evokes more terror from a shot of a field of sunflowers, or a weathered barn, than can be found in the last dozen found-footage films combined.
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Film Journal International
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March 18, 2016

The cheap use of the hot-button issue of pedophilia coupled with negatively minded ignorance regarding homosexuality is not only offensive but-far worse-completely uninvolving
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San Francisco Chronicle
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April 01, 2016

Sobel is clearly trying to hit on something more original than a family-secrets drama, but in doing so, he pulls most of his punches.
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Newcity
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May 25, 2016

All-too-familiar familial battleground, well-known from decades of low-budget indie drama.
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Chicago Reader
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May 26, 2016

Matt Sobel transforms a nightmare he once had into an evocative, original drama.
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Boston Herald
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April 07, 2016

Yet another dysfunctional family drama indie film, writer-director Matt Sobel's Take Me to the River has its flaws. But on the whole, this is an impressive feature debut.
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Philadelphia Inquirer
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April 01, 2016

The movie pivots from what I expected it to be: a family drama about an outsider, as the opening conversation suggests. Instead, it becomes an eerie mood piece about secrets buried deep in a family's fabric.
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The Patriot Ledger
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April 01, 2016

You admire Sobel's tenacity, even if his reach exceeds his grasp.
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San Diego Reader
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April 21, 2016

Is it me, or is the big climactic reveal not really worth all the hubbub?
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Washington Post
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March 31, 2016

The menace never becomes palpable, whether because of illogical plot lines or questionable casting. The stakes are so high, but the suspense never rises to the occasion.
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