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Green continues his exploration of pain, simmering rage and guilt in a similar manner to his previous films, Manglehorn and Joe, while gritty cinematography from Sean Bobbitt complements the confrontational approach.
As a procedural about the work required to come back into one's body after a major physical and psychic trauma, Stronger is surprisingly compelling. It does well by its subject's non-hysterical response to his new life post-injury.
There are few actors in their 30s more well-rounded than [Jake] Gyllenhaal right now, as capable of taking on disturbing psychologies in aggressive indies as they are the lead roles in crowd-pleasing tearjerkers.