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"The new film 'De Palma,' opening Friday in District theaters, follows the typical hagiography approach of re-examining a director's career through his output. The poster offers him up as 'one of America's greatest storytellers,' a rather generous appellation given that Mr. De Palma's output has entailed some truly great works ('Scarface' and the underappreciated 'Casualties of War'), many competently made thrillers and genre exercises ('Mission: Impossible,' 'Carrie') as well as more than a few absolute stinkers ('Snake Eyes,' 'Femme Fatale').", www.washingtontimes.com
"The setup is simple: De Palma is the lone interview subject, and ends up walking the audience through his entire filmography, with clips and behind-the-scenes stills acting as a powerful reminder of the man’s oft-underrated brilliance", www.theglobeandmail.com
"De Palma begins with Hitchcock, which is only right. There hasn't been a contemporary director more indebted to and influenced by the Master - and happy to acknowledge it - than the Philadelphia-raised Brian De Palma. And so, this immersive and illuminating documentary about the man who made Carrie and Blow Out, The Untouchables and Scarface, begins with a scene from Vertigo, Alfred Hitchcock's 1958 Technicolor dream of sexual fantasy, fetishes, and mystery. - Steven Rea, Philadelphia Inquirer", www.philly.com
"'Being a director is being a watcher,' Brian De Palma says in 'De Palma,' a documentary in which one of the most voyeuristic directors in American cinema delivers an engaging, if maddeningly unresolved, tutorial in film production and appreciation.", www.denverpost.com
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