Drama • PG-13 • 2020 • 1 hr 36 min
Brilliant, mind-bending and heartbreaking screenplay, amazing performance by everyone but Hopkins especially. Be prepared to cry.
A depiction so realistic and gripping that it's painful to watch. Tragic, relevant, and brilliantly done. Hopkins is amazing as always.
A very realistic view into this awful illness
I have never cried from a film but Dimentia always almost makes me cry.
Slow, calm, jet deeply disturbing and terrifying glimpse of the world of a dismantling mind
An incredible stage-to-screen adaptation that innovated its theatricality with light/framing beautifully. This one hurt both head and heart.
Anthony Hopkins gives the best performance in recent memory. The script and editing incredible visualize a man with dementia.
Incredible acting. I sobbed my heart out and loved every minute
The single best performance I’ve seen in a movie. Period. Heartbreaking in every way, a masterclass in acting from the master himself.
Very good film that brilliantly highlights the illness
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