A Dog Called Money Reviews

  • A Dog Called Money
    • Genre : Documentary
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    • Studio : Abramorama Inc.
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  • while the talent and ambition behind the duo's collaboration is hard to fault, "A Dog Called Money" is a freewheeling visual collage which unearths little of substance from a potentially fascinating mass of material
    by Stephen Dalton [The Hollywood Reporter ]
  • the singer's visit to war zones and refugee camps for musical inspiration feels ill-judged; the project was well-intentioned, but the editing feels glib; The result is an ill-judged film in which suffering becomes scenery
    2 of 5 by Wendy Ide [The Observer ]
  • surprisingly sophomoric and one-paced, this music doc is an experiment that doesn't come off; If you've ever wondered what the boredom threshold is for watching a musician tuning a hurdy-gurdy, you'll find the answer here
    2 of 5 by Phil De Semlyen [Time Out New York ]
  • it's fascinating to see the creative process laid bare in such a way, and the film confirms Harvey's position as a vital and relevant artist who thrives through collaboration and experimentation
    4 of 5 by Jamie Healy [Radio Times ]
  • a disappointingly uninsightful documentary about the making of PJ Harvey's 2016 album The Hope Six Demolition Project; the film's political engagement is oddly wishy-washy, while fans hungry for intimate access to the singer will leave frustrated
    2 of 5 by Cath Clarke [The Guardian ]
  • "A Dog Called Money" captures turbulent moments in time through creative reportage but it can feel a little arm's-length; as a portrait of global catastrophe and oppressive capitalism, it really needed to dig deeper
    3 of 5 by Katherine McLaughlin [The List Film (UK) ]

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