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Kristine Lewenthal 
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Re: “Hello, My Name Is Doris

The film’s ever shifting tones, as clunky as an old jalopy, fluctuate between comedy and mournfulness and for the most part achieves neither. At the film’s conclusion, Doris has fallen prey to an unrequited infatuation, the dissolution of a fantasized relationship and repetitive, empty utterances of “I’m possible,” and yet she still manages to achieve a seismic emotional breakthrough. Her stultifying home and work life has been completely deconstructed and it appears our titular character has connected with a newly powerful and confident inner self. Viewers may reckon the once regaled healing and transformative powers that are uniquely derived from true love may indeed be unnecessary and completely overrated.

Posted by Kristine Lewenthal on 03/26/2016 at 5:49 PM

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