O que se diz lá fora sobre SHUTTER ISLAND, de Martin Scorsese
«The film's primary effect is on the senses. Everything is brought together into a disturbing foreshadow of dreadful secrets.»
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times.
«Mr. Scorsese uses his considerable formal dexterity — his intimate, comprehensive understanding of how sound and image work together to create meanings and moods — to conjure a tingly atmosphere of uncertainty and dread.»
A.O. Scott, New York Times.
«Expert, screw-turning narrative filmmaking put at the service of old-dark-madhouse claptrap.»
Todd McCarthy, Variety.
«A remarkable high-wire act, performed without a net and exploiting all the accumulated skills of a consummate artist. It dazzles and provokes. But since when did Scorsese become a circus performer?»
Kirk Honeycutt, Hollywood Reporter.
«Martin Scorsese makes movies as if his life depends on it, never skimping on ferocity and feeling.»
Peter Travers, Rolling Stone.
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