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Boogie Woogie

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This film is about London's contemporary art world where people have a hustle & bustle life. Art Spindle opens a high-end gallery. His assistants, Beth,has an underground affair with Gallery's client, Bob Macclestone. Beth asks Bob to invest his budget in her own gallery.
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Eye for Film
Less the free-form, jazzy ensemble satire on the art world it aspires to be than an over-elaborate and under-funny undertaking by high quality actors who should know better.
May 16, 2010
New York Times
[The film's characters] are so repellent that almost everyone outside the movie's fetid hothouse will want to flee to fresher air.
April 23, 2010
Tiny Mix Tapes
I don't begrudge Boogie Woogie's attacks on the art scene for its pretension, greed, and self-aggrandizement run rampant; I begrudge the fact that the film is guilty of these very same things.
October 11, 2015
Time Out
A travesty no matter how you look at it, this flaccid art-world farce is best approached as a landmark of dubious ensemble work.
April 21, 2010
About.com
The film cannot sustain the giddy, fast pace that sets it off.
May 09, 2010
New York Observer
A tepid spoof that only occasionally evokes a reluctant smile.
April 21, 2010
Variety
Boogie Woogie delivers little more than a lukewarm spoof.
July 06, 2010