Release Date Hors Satan Jan 18, 2013 Limited
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Actors For Hors SatanDavid Dewaele,Alexandre Lematre,Valerie Mestdagh,Sonia Barthelemy,Juliette Bacquet,Christophe Bon,Dominique Caffier,Aurore Broutin
Genres Hors Satan : Drama,Special Interest
Visitor Ranting & Critics For Hors SatanUser Ranting Hors Satan : 3.2
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All Critics Ranting For Hors Satan : 6.3
All Critics Count For Hors Satan : 34
All Critics Percentage For Hors Satan : 76 %
Movie Overview For Hors SatanAlong the CÃ´te d'Opale, near a hamlet, with its dunes and marshes, lives a mysterious wanderer from nowhere who struggles along, poaches, prays and builds fires...
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Review For Hors SatanInarticulate characters, long blank stares, forced camera angles and allegorical nonsense make up this pretentious study in quasi-religious ennui.
Kirk Honeycutt-Hollywood Reporter
Maddening, pretentious, hypnotic and transcendent in roughly equal measure.
Despite its pictorial intensity and the extremity of some of its scenes, the film proceeds in a mood of detachment, turning the suffering physical beings under its scrutiny into abstractions.
A.O. Scott-New York Times
Hors Satan is stark, strange and uncompromisingly personal. It's also vivid and unforgettable.
Dumont's rigorous, serious attention to the mysteries of good, evil, and faith rewards those willing to be confounded.
Lisa Schwarzbaum-Entertainment Weekly
Ultimately less an arty provocation than a secular invocation, Outside Satan seems almost helplessly exploratory, an honest account of groping for grace.
Jonathan Kiefer-Village Voice
God works in strange ways, especially when Bruno Dumont directs him. Or is that the devil?
Peter Keough-Boston Phoenix
The ambiguity of the episodic story with its sparse dialog, combined with the visually stunning landscape photography, makes "Hors Satan" a compelling, if overly long, composition.
Robin Clifford-Reeling Reviews
"Hors Satan" could be grouped with Carlos Reygadas' "Silent Light" (itself based on Dreyer's "Ordet") and the films of Robert Bresson, but his minimalism makes his meaning more elusive, inviting less emotion than those filmmakers.
Laura Clifford-Reeling Reviews
It's difficult to feel transported by the impossible when the film's world is already so clearly governed by the arbitrary.
Mark Asch-Film Comment Magazine
Controversial yet meditative French drama makes inscrutability its raison d'etre.
Eric Monder-Film Journal International
As its title suggests, Satan grapples with the existence and nature of evil in the world, but it's hard to take such weighty matters seriously when they're explored with all the subtlety and grace of an anti-abortion pamphlet.
Mike D'Angelo-AV Club
Provocative French filmmaker Dumont pushes boundaries even further with an astonishing approach to the Christian narrative (the title translates as Outside Satan), mixing the sacred and profane to shake up audiences and get us thinking.
The problem with "Outside Satan" is that the filmmaker has remained faithful to expectations without enlivening them.
Bruno Dumont's employment of his bucolic French backdrop here attends to Hors Satan's muddying spiritual ambiguity.
John Semley-Slant Magazine
[Dumont's] sixth film and perhaps his most compelling ...
Philip French-Observer [UK]
The film develops a powerful hold on the watcher as it progresses. But beware, it takes you on the weirdest of metaphysical journeys.
-This is London
It is hard to be certain who the characters are, where they come from and how they know each other.
Grant Rollings-Sun Online