Blue Car In her dazzling feature debut, writer-director Karen Moncrieff works with a raw, innately feminine strength that has no use for soapiness. Agnes Bruckner and David… Blue Car In her dazzling feature debut, writer-director Karen Moncrieff works with a raw, innately feminine strength that has no use for soapiness. Agnes Bruckner and David… 2003-05-02 R PT87M Drama Agnes Bruckner David Strathairn Regan Arnold Frances Fisher Margaret Colin Miramax
Movie Review

Blue Car (2003)

MPAA Rating: R
EW's GRADE
A

Details Limited Release: May 02, 2003; Rated: R; Length: 87 Minutes; Genre: Drama; With: Agnes Bruckner and David Strathairn; Distributor: Miramax

In her dazzling feature debut, writer-director Karen Moncrieff works with a raw, innately feminine strength that has no use for soapiness. Agnes Bruckner and David Strathairn are superb as a budding 18-year-old poet and the high school English teacher whose attention she comes to crave --and, dangerously, to trust.

Originally posted May 16, 2003 Published in issue #710 May 16, 2003 Order article reprints
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