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Admin06.03.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

Over the course of the film, the participants share not just their own hunches and suspicions about what happened that morning after Christmas, but also personal revelations about themselves and why the case resonates with them so deeply 20 years on.
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Admin19.03.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

Playful, prismatic but ultimately richly moving, Casting JonBenet will have a limited theatrical release in April 2017 before it becomes exclusive to Netflix.
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Admin16.04.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

Working this time with American subjects, Green once again demonstrates a remarkable skill at drawing out her subjects, and they reward her with astonishing frankness in the interviews.
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Admin17.05.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

After a while, you start to wonder if some of the stories they tell seemingly about themselves are not further fictions or Method-style attempts to stay in character.
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Admin25.04.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

Production companies: A Netflix presentation of a Forensic Films, Symbolic Exchange, Meridian Entertainment, Cinereach production Director: Kitty Green Producers: Kitty Green, Scott Macaulay, James Schamus Executive producers: Jennifer Dong, Figo Li Co-producer: Mitch Dickman Director of photography: Michael Latham Production designer: Leah Popple Costume designer: Catharina Schurenberg Editor: Davis Coombe Music: Nathan Larson Music supervisor: Tracy McKnight Casting: Annie Hamilton, Brian McCulley No rating, 80 minutes.
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Admin02.03.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

One cheeky tyke has a sly nibble on a bit of shattered fruit, one of many moments of serendipitous, seemingly unplanned comedy that lightens the grim burden of the subject.
Admin02.04.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

In essence, this sui generis work offers a kaleidoscopic array of personal reactions to the famous 1996 murder of six-year-old beauty pageant contestant JonBenet Ramsay.
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Admin17.05.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

Even more extraordinary, in the final part of the film, where they act out scenes from the night of the murder with each other, some of the performances are blindingly good.
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Admin08.03.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

Ultimately, this evolves into a layered meditation on many things — crime and guilt, the exploitation of children and acting itself, to name just a few.
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Admin13.05.2022

‘Casting JonBenet’ Review

The climactic shot is a long track across the set made up to look like the Ramsey house, where all the auditionees in identical clothes — a dozen or so Patsys, Johns, Burkes and JonBenets — all play out their scenes at once in a precisely timed panorama, as carefully choreographed as a work of avant-garde theater.
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