“The movie sets up a mystery to be solved, and the fact that it does not state the answer outright is part of the dramatic texture. We can not help but think about the worst. Yet what would the worst be?” writes Variety’s Owen Gleiberman. In this tearjerker, Golden Globe nominee Hong Chauplays a single mom traveling together with her son to wash up and sell what stays of her newly-deceased sister’s life. “Well-researched and highly detailed in the way it lays naked the empty guarantees of the gig financial system and the ruthless techno-feudalism of e-commerce, ‘Sorry We Missed You’ is a movie that may infuriate you,” write’s Vulture critic Bilge Ebiri.
Mark Kennedy ofThe Associated Press writes, “[The] camera captures actors’ intimate faces during key moments in a means inconceivable for theater-goers and incorporates audience reaction to create an electric filmed version.” “A image that’s both tranquil and … Read MoreRead More