Tribeca Film Festival 2018: ‘State Like Sleep’ Reviews

Katherine was reunited with her co-stars during the premiere of ‘State Like Sleep’ this week at Tribeca Film Festival 2018. So far we have good reviews about the movie and you can read part of it below:

The Hollywood Reporter by  — The aftershocks of trauma can take many forms, as Katherine (Katherine Waterston) learns following the death of her famous husband in “State Like Sleep,” writer-director Meredith Danluck’s unsettling first feature. Aided by Christopher Blauvelt’s sumptuous cinematography, this consistently surprising film slinks along with melancholic dreaminess, matching the fugue state that plagues its grief-stricken protagonist. With Michael Shannon and Luke Evans also upending expectations in supporting roles, it’s a confident debut that should reap considerable attention from distributors, and opportunities for Danluck, following its premiere at this year’s Tribeca Film Festival.

The Playlist by Joe Blessing (April 30, 2018) — Overall, “State Like Sleep” is a satisfying movie about grief and an unsatisfying mystery. Waterston gives her best performance to date, showing every step of her character’s long emotional climb out of grief and back into the world of the living.

Solzy at the Movies by Danielle Solzman (April 27, 2018) — Led by Katherine Waterston and Michael Shannon’s performances, writer-director Meredith Danluck takes a fascinating approach to grieving by way of State Like Sleep.

Film Inquiry by Lee Jutton (April 30, 2018) — Danluck has great style as a filmmaker that harkens back to the best noir thrillers of yesteryear; she just needs to write a script with the substance to match.

Written by Marilia

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