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Critic Reviews for Porto
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The film is not a perfect undertaking, but it confirms Yelchin’s unique talent and underscores the sadness of his untimely death.
In artfully deconstructing a one-night stand with one wistful eye on what was and another on what could have been, Gabe Klinger’s first narrative feature winds up feeling appropriately elegiac in a multitude of ways.
Gabe Klinger’s Porto is a prime example of a seemingly romantic film that is insidiously misogynistic which uses multiple film stocks as an aesthetic gimmick.
A sensual and uncompromisingly heartbreaking account of a one-night stand that fizzles out into two lives of lingering regrets.
Two ex-pats living in Portugal share a sexually charged night of introspection in the second film from film critic turned filmmaker, Gabe Klinger.
Anton Yelchin’s remarkable talent was (and remains) undeniable, but not even he could save Porto.
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Reviews are culled from: Rotten Tomatoes.