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Penelope is the beautiful girl who seems to be the target of a rich man called Alabaster. The man migrates to America for his love in search of marriage, but this journey stops him from meeting this sober man named Henry. Meet a new kind of life within America and a new tradition.
Release:
IMDb:
5.5
Quality:
HD
Duration:
113 min
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East Bay Express
Damsel is one of those nouveau westerns that looks vaguely inspired by the Coen brothers... That type of genre tinkering can be refreshing as long as the writing is sharp. Damsel's writing is not sharp.
June 27, 2018
Chicago Tribune
Like everything else attractive to the eye in "Damsel," this image of happiness is a cruel illusion. It's also an unilluminating one.
June 28, 2018
Blu-ray.com
The Zellners are obviously talented men, but their fondness for stillness clouds the highlights of their work.
June 28, 2018
Philadelphia Inquirer
Damsel is designed to be a deliberately out-of-joint comedy about a woman forced to endure an exasperating ordeal. After two hours, I could relate.
June 28, 2018
Boston Globe
The frontier as a symbol not of manifest destiny but of man's idiocy? There's an interesting movie in that. "Damsel" gets about halfway there.
June 28, 2018