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Mary and Max

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The dramatic film revolves around a series of fascinating events. Where Mary and Max have a different kind of friendship, I will classify their friendship as a little strange, but what brings them together deserves attention. The two are isolated, Mary has no friends, while others view Max as mentally ill. The friendship of Mary and Max is purely philosophical.
Actors: Philip Seymour Hoffman,
Philip Seymour Hoffman
Philip Seymour Hoffman 23 July 1967, Fairport, New York, USA
Renée Geyer,
Renée Geyer
Renée Geyer 11 September 1953, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Ian Molly Meldrum,
Ian Molly Meldrum
Ian Molly Meldrum 29 January 1946, Orbost, Victoria, Australia
Toni Collette,
Toni Collette
Toni Collette 1 November 1972, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Eric Bana,
Eric Bana
Eric Bana 9 August 1968, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
John Flaus,
John Flaus
John Flaus 1934, Maroubra, Sydney, New South Wales, Australia
Barry Humphries,
Barry Humphries
Barry Humphries 17 February 1934, Kew, Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
Julie Forsyth,
Julie Forsyth
Julie Forsyth
Bethany Whitmore
Bethany Whitmore
Bethany Whitmore 7 December 1999, Australia
Genre: ComedyDramaAnimation
Director: Adam Elliot
Adam Elliot
Adam Elliot 2 January 1972, South Australia, Australia
Country: International
Release: 2009
IMDb: 8.1
Quality:
Duration: 92 min
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Film School Rejects
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May 30, 2014

Unapologetically bleak and delivered with dashes of sweetness and sharp wit, Mary and Max deserves notice for being such an unexpected change of pace.
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Globe and Mail
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November 20, 2009

The mixture of artistic sophistication and emotional crudeness cancel each other out.
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Sight and Sound
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June 18, 2012

Ultimately, Mary and Max is about correspondence and lack of correspondence, about how our images and fantasies about others fail to match up to what they are like, and about the constitutive gaps and misfirings in any communicational practice.
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Hot Press
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March 11, 2016

Those adults brave enough to confront the perils of animation will be treated to a wise, visually unique, emotional gem of a film that will leave you wondering how two clay figures damn near broke your heart.
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sbs.com.au
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May 30, 2014

A deliciously sentimental film whose offbeat sensibility manages to keep it out of the realm of schmaltz.
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Quickflix
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October 21, 2014

The universe that is inhabited by Mary and Max is breathtaking, and must have required years of painstaking attention to detail to forge.
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Time Out
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October 20, 2010

While perhaps it doesn't fully sustain its 90-odd-minute running time, Mary and Max is a moving celebration of oddness and friendship.
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Los Angeles Times
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September 25, 2009

Remarkable and poignant...
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Times (UK)
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June 16, 2014

This clay animation feels as if it was written by the early Woody Allen. Actually the genius behind it is Adam Elliot, who wrote, designed and directed this eccentric, wryly funny story.
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Toronto Star
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November 20, 2009

In a perverse and often immature way, it forthrightly deals with mature issues of love, friendship, forgiveness and mental health. It requires a mature audience, but an audience nonetheless.
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Oregonian
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August 08, 2014

"Mary and Max" dares to be equally funny and sad, making it as bittersweet as Max's favorite chocolate.
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Variety
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January 16, 2009

Clearly a labor of love, but one destined perhaps to be loved by a very select few.
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