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The movie follows Scott Galban, a police detective, as he investigates the truth behind his partner's death while a young unlikely Latina woman experiences strange things after witnessing a miracle. 
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Radio Times
It's clearly intended as a magical-realist take on very genuine social conflicts, but the result, in this edit at least, is a trial to sit through.
February 26, 2016
AV Club
The confused, heel-dragging mystery drama Exposed suggests an especially dour, arty episode of Law & Order: SVU, minus any reasons to keep watching.
January 28, 2016
Carries a complex, convoluted narrative that attempts to cover too much ground, balancing a myriad of themes.
March 01, 2016
Reason and common sense seems to have escaped Declan Dale's Exposed.
March 28, 2016
Flick Filosopher
To call it disjointed is an understatement: Exposed is unintelligible. It feels like two completely different movies inelegantly Frankensteined together.
February 26, 2016
Observer (UK)
Incomprehensibly disjointed and stunningly dull ...
February 28, 2016
There is hardly anything in Exposed worthy of interest, and nothing that either warrants or deserves further discussion.
April 21, 2016
Los Angeles Times
Awfully silly - and just plain awful ...
January 24, 2016
New York Times
In certain mutilated pictures, you can detect the lineaments of greatness: Consider Orson Welles's "The Magnificent Ambersons." Here, that's not the case.
January 23, 2016