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- Reed Birney
- Ann Dowd
- Jason Isaacs
- Martha Plimpton
- Breeda Wool
- Michelle N. Carter
- Kagen Albright
- Campbell Spoor
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Very intense subject matter, but very well acted. Could be misused or politicized by some to attack guns or video games, but feels more like it is about the importance of good parenting, communication, faith, forgiveness, and the deep pain caused by bullying. Thank you!
Absolutely incredible! Like my mom said, “That movie was years worth of therapy in a couple of hours.”
Kranz can’t quite figure out a way to make his characters’ collective misery cinematically interesting. This is a serious movie, but not a searing one.
Mass feels like a staged play brought to the cinema, with unobtrusive camerawork that gives us the feeling of eavesdropping on this intense and emotional and hopefully cathartic gathering.
A sad, poignant, dialogue-driven film destined for successful post-film life as a theatre production, writer/director Fran Kranz’s debut about two sets of parents on opposing sides of a tragedy locates the humanity in the seemingly endless, peculiarly American saga of school shootings. It also celebrates forgiveness.