Step out and support indie cinema this weekend!
Kelley Reichardt’s latest film opens in select cinemas! Check local listings.
“When a quiet film is set outside of the big cities, it’s often called a “slice of life.” But that’s ultimately a condescending designation; to the millions of people residing on the prairies and in the small towns dotting the throughways, it is simply life, with a capital L. In the subtle and affecting Certain Women (based on stories by Maile Meloy), and following Meek’s Cutoff and Night Moves, Kelly Reichardt — with her usual attention to the humanity amid the mundane and the absurd — again gives due credit to those who are too busy just getting on to care about big-city trivialities. Certain Women is a kind, loving, and deeply moving portrait of bighearted small-town people.”
—The Village Voice
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