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Full Frontal

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The film concentrates on complex relationship of Linda , Gus, Carl and his wife who falls in love with Calvin. They must face terrible things in sex, lies and videotape which change their life.
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Courier-Journal (Louisville, KY)
Soderbergh's movie likely will appeal more to filmmakers than filmgoers.
June 23, 2004
Denver Rocky Mountain News
The best you can say about Full Frontal, an ensemble piece that flirts with ideas about illusion and reality, is that the movie qualifies as a failed experiment.
August 09, 2002
New York Daily News
When improv is done well, it sheds a unique light on the human condition. When it is done adequately, as it is in Full Frontal, it simply makes you long for a good script and pricey production values.
August 03, 2002
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January 06, 2004
Ebert & Roeper
Full Frontal is like the 'Special Features' disc of the DVD without the original movie.
August 05, 2002
New York Magazine/Vulture
Soderbergh is so busy trying to create his movie-within-a-movie -- and, in at least one instance, his movie-within- a-movie-within -a-movie -- that he botches the enclosing movie.
August 11, 2002
New York Observer
A boring, amateurish, incomprehensible and stupefyingly pretentious pile of swill.
August 08, 2002
New York Observer
Mr. Soderbergh's direction and visual style struck me as unusually and unimpressively fussy and pretentious.
August 08, 2002