Far ahead of most acclaimed movies in theatres now.
Andrea Riseborough hits every emotional beat like a champ. Beyond impressive.
NANCY exhibits a seriousness of purpose that’s rare in American movies today
Andrea Riseborough is brilliant in NANCY.
Andrea Riseborough proves she’s one of our great actresses. Bracing and unpredictable
Choe elicits wonderfully expressive, lived-in performances.
Scene by scene, NANCY is riveting.
Subtle and effective in nearly every aspect of the film, incredibly Choe’s first.
You’ll come away knowing you’ve seen a master at work.
Fresh and fascinating.
NANCY has an intellectual savviness that works. A definitively strong performance and a noteworthy directorial debut.
NANCY features one of the most finely-crafted anti-heroes in film. An assured and genius debut.
Andrea Riseborough’s remarkable performance is the main attraction in this twisted and wholly satisfying psychological thriller, while filmmaker Christina Choe’s writing is as taut and incisive as it comes.”
Smith-Cameron exudes a tremulous maternal warmth that feels achingly real, and Buscemi has rarely, if ever, been more touching.
Andrea Riseborough’s performance coupled with Christina Choe’s thoughtful direction is perfectly pitched.
Great performance from Riseborough.
Complex, gripping and strikingly original, NANCY features a remarkable lead performance from Andrea Riseborough and astonishingly assured writing and direction by Christina Choe.
Rare is it that one gets to see a performance as strong as Andrea Riseborough’s in NANCY. It truly is astonishing stuff.
A definitively strong performance and a noteworthy directorial debut. NANCY is a real discovery.