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37 (2016)

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The movie is a powerful drama and a fictional account of the night Kitty Genovese was murdered in 1964, Kew Gardens, Queens when 37 people silently witness the brutal murder and no one intervenes.
85 min
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Maitland McDonagh
The notorious 1964 New York City murder of Kitty Genovese is the springboard for this arty but tedious meditation on urban angst.
October 06, 2016
Gary Garrison
Feels less interested in offering any commentary or adding any substance than in propagating the original myth.
October 07, 2016
Clayton Dillard
There's a fundamental lack of dramatic exigency in writer-director Puk Grasten's storytelling.
October 02, 2016
Travis Hopson
It's doubtful more than 37 people will have to bear witness to such a failure...
October 04, 2016
Candice Frederick
37 is disturbing for its reported accuracy surrounding the actual death of Genovese, but Grasten doesn't present an effective narrative. It's a slow burn, leading up to a third act that is muffled and lacks power.
March 22, 2017
Andy Webster
In the face of real-life tragedy, "37" only perpetuates a myth.
October 06, 2016
Sheri Linden
As Grasten strains to connect the unhappy lot to the Genovese myth, convincing drama flickers out of reach.
October 06, 2016