#
buy premium
Do you have a video playback issues? Please disable AdBlocker in your browser for our website.
Movies123
 FAVORITE
ico
We are currently experiencing technical difficulties with our servers. We hope to have this resolved soon. This issue doesn't affect premium users.
Get Premium
Watch on MixDrop/MyStream
ico
All our servers are currently overloaded.Please try again later or get our premium subscription.
Get Premium
Refresh page
Oops...
Something went wrong
Try again later.
Who We Are Now
  • Reset
Here You can choose a playback server.

Who We Are Now

Description
Beth is a young woman who struggles to get back custody of her son, helping by a young ambition lawyer. During her struggle, she meets a traumatized former US soldier who by time she falls in love with him.
Actors: Julianne Nicholson
Julianne Nicholson
Julianne Nicholson 1 July 1971, Medford, Massachusetts, USA
Genre: Drama
Director: Matthew Newton
Country: United States
Release: 2017
IMDb: 6.5
Quality:
Duration: 95 min
COMMENTS (0) Sort by Newest
Newest Oldest
Movies123 User
+ Add comment
YOU MAY ALSO LIKE
Who We Are Now
CRITICS OF "Who We Are Now"
Movies123
Film Journal International
Resource

May 24, 2018

Fused together by Nicholson's can't-look-away performance, Who We Are Know transcends any directorial quirks.
Movies123
New York Times
Resource

May 24, 2018

Superbly acted and confidently shot, "Who We Are Now" delivers substantial dramatic pleasures while posing pertinent questions.
Movies123
Film Inquiry
Resource

October 03, 2017

Newton carved out a raw and unsentimental journey for his protagonists that neither completely absolves them of their mistakes, nor robs them of the agency to make them.
Movies123
indieWire
Resource

September 15, 2017

Told with the full texture of real life, Nicholson's second collaboration with "From Nowhere" filmmaker Matthew Newton is a close-up character study that explores notions of forgiveness and self-worth with surgical precision.
Movies123
Cinemalogue
Resource

May 25, 2018

Sometimes feels unfocused, and perhaps too ambitious, yet amid the slightly manipulative structure are some intriguing character dynamics and moments of powerful authenticity.
Movies123
The List
Resource

June 28, 2018

The power of Newton's film comes from the way he digs into Beth's vulnerability, depicting her inability to help herself.
Movies123
Los Angeles Times
Resource

May 30, 2018

Every minute of this film is absolutely mesmerizing.
Movies123
Village Voice
Resource

May 23, 2018

While Nicholson's onscreen, it's impossible to pay heed to anything but her. She scorches the film with her barely bottled ferocity and vulnerability.
Movies123
NYC Movie Guru
Resource

May 30, 2018

Warm, wise and thoroughly engrossing. Julianne Nicholson gives a mesmerizing, powerful performance. If there were any justice, she would be nominated for Best Actress this awards season.
Movies123
AV Club
Resource

May 23, 2018

Once again, [Newton] refuses to pretend that lives in disarray can be magically repaired by good intentions, while simultaneously avoiding the defeatist attitude that insists there's consequently no point in even trying.
Movies123
Big Apple Reviews
Resource

June 01, 2018

Julianne Nicholson is so compelling as an ex-convict juggling her need for a job that pays enough for her to reclaim her small son that we in the audience can see her nomination possibilities as the awards season approaches.
Movies123
RogerEbert.com
Resource

September 22, 2017

Who We Are Now just ticks too many cliched boxes, particularly in the dialogue department.
Movies123