Rotten Tomatoes Critics - Certified Fresh 80%
Rotten Tomatoes Audience - Upright 65%
IMDb Rating 5.6 10 1,039


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April 5, 2019



Kiefer Sutherland as Arthur Banks
Michelle Pfeiffer as Suzie Q
Rutanya Alda as Linda
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Reviewed by bnewcol-131-438338 2 / 10 / 10

You wouldn't know it, but one of the most beautiful women in the world is in this movie

The lighting in this movie is so horrible that all you see are basically the character's silhouettes you never get to see much of their faces, which keeps us at arms length from them, missing facial expressions which is half of acting. The most frustrating movie to watch. And painfully slow. What a waste of Pfeiffer's talent. Such a crime, her most powerful scene in the movie, we cannot see anything of her except an outline. There are maybe two scenes in this whole movie where you can actually see their faces. This director should be banned from making movies with major talent, He wastes our time and theirs.

Reviewed by kennethdower 7 / 10 / 10

Queens is the locale, folks, not Brooklyn.

Where is Kyra? is one of the best films I've seen in ages. Masterfully shot, it's a superb rendering of a life in quiet desperation descending into bleakness. Michelle Pfeiffer is heartbreaking. -When she's handing out flyers, just in the distance you can see the sign for Fresh Pond Road, which is in Queens; later, she boards a M60 bus which runs only in Manhattan and Queens. Not every film taking place in an outer borough is set in Brooklyn. ;)

Reviewed by Alexander_Blanchett 7 / 10 / 10

The Michelle Pfeiffer show

Not bad as it is an interesting story and I am surprised nobody came up with it before yet because it is simple and effective. Sure the film had some slow moments and was a bit stretched at times but wonderfully lived from the performance by Michelle Pfeiffer who really turns into one of her best showcases in years. A great gig for her and the prove that this actress deserves way more leading roles than she got in the past years. It is a nuanced performance that works on many different layers and all of them are absolutely believable. Its not an easy character to identify with, in fact you often do not know whether to like her to hate her, whether to feel pity of her or despise her. Pfeiffer perfectly walks on that boarder. Kiefer Sutherland wonderfully supports her. I am surprised he did not get more word or attention for this. Also a really great performance. I was not a big fan of the dark and bleak atmosphere but I guess it fitted the mood. Its a strong character movie that shows how far people would get to escape their misery. Its dark, sad and not always satisfying but it in some ways is honest. I think it did deserve a better screenplay around that story but other than that I appreciate it as a powerful award vehicle for Ms. Pfeiffer.

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