The Indians Are Still Far Away
Time Out saysOne of the problems facing Swiss cinema is finding interesting and engaging ways of discussing the country's provincialism. The problem is emphasised in this film about the last week in the life of a schoolgirl because it opts for accumulating banalities. Isabelle Huppert, of The Lacemaker, registers another flawless recording of passive teenage despair.
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