A service that provides holographic recreations of deceased loved ones allows a woman to come face-to-face with the younger version of her late husband.
Marjorie Prime Reviews
- “A gentle story that is no less profound for being so.” – Matthew Lickona , San Diego
- “As a sly chamber piece, it reassures and unsettles in equal, exquisitely calibrated measure.” – Ann Hornaday , Washington Post
- “The exchanges feel slightly redundant at times. The stagey origins of the material surface occasionally. Minor bumps, though, in a unique psychological journey.” – Richard Roeper , Chicago Sun-Times
- “The haunting and allusive Marjorie Prime is a sci-fi film set in the near future but its emotional resonance is bracingly immediate.” – Peter Rainer , Christian Science Monitor
- “The film, with its coastal haze and its fickle gusts of rain, is likely to lodge in your memory. Or, as it will soon be called, your hard drive.” – Anthony Lane , New Yorker