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City Pages, Minneapolis/St. Paul
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August 21, 2009

A heartfelt and involving family drama to which even the most subtitle-wary moviegoer could relate.
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Looking Closer
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January 15, 2005

The final moments left me thunderstruck, as deeply moved as I've ever been by a film. Yi Yi accumulates moments of truth and insight until it glows with importance.
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Suite101.com
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December 15, 2010

Blending the Coen Brothers' karmic rubicon with Robert Altman's ensemble heart, "Yi Yi" scratches the identifiable itch to reach out for what we've loved, set free and had come back, perhaps still not meant to be: jobs, lovers, freedoms, opportunities.
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Antagony & Ecstasy
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March 31, 2008

Every beat and every image and every cut and every note feels like a part of a whole. It is a total movie.
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Dallas Morning News

April 26, 2001

This intimate family portrait peels away layer after layer of unspoken truth and hidden life.
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EmanuelLevy.Com
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December 29, 2009

One of the best films of the decade, Yi Yi, Edward Yang's most accessible (and very last) film is a fluent, charming and precise family portrait that celebrates ordinary life with all its joys and chaos.
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Toronto Star

May 21, 2001

Life-affirming in the most genuine, respectful and least mechanical sense.
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Philadelphia Inquirer

March 22, 2001

Keenly observed.
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Mr. Showbiz

March 02, 2001

A five-course meal of a movie, with drinks, for mature moviegoers for whom most films have come to resemble brainless carnival rides, not works of art.
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Rolling Stone

May 08, 2001

A marvel of delicacy and humor.
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Globe and Mail
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May 14, 2001

The artistry is undeniable -- tough insights blended with graceful compassion, gloomy certainties flecked with rays of hope.
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