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Desert Winds

1995 1h 35m Drama List
22% Tomatometer 9 Reviews
A young woman (Heather Graham) in New Mexico communicates with a young man (Michael Nickles) in Arizona through a wind tunnel. Read More Read Less

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Frank Scheck Hollywood Reporter Arriving more than a few years after author Robert Bly popularized the concept of male self-exploration, this Canadian documentary seems a bit too touchy-feely even for the age of Oprah. Mar 2, 2006 Full Review Ronnie Scheib Variety The tribe's unfailing politeness outside of activities specifically designed to arouse testosterone underlines the suspiciously benign nature of the entire endeavor. Feb 27, 2006 Full Review Noel Murray AV Club Here's what Kohler isn't telling us: The kind of men who'd sign up for a trip like this aren't exactly the kind who'd have trouble opening up, and the kind of men who could afford a trip like this aren't exactly 'regular guys.' Rated: C- Feb 16, 2006 Full Review Donald J. Levit ReelTalk Movie Reviews In the end, unusual setting and all, 'Desert Wind' boils down to recorded group therapy, maybe necessary but awfully awkward to watch. Feb 16, 2006 Full Review Dan Jardine Apollo Guide Rated: 52/100 Jan 1, 2000 Full Review Read all reviews
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Synopsis A young woman (Heather Graham) in New Mexico communicates with a young man (Michael Nickles) in Arizona through a wind tunnel.
Director
Michael A. Nickles
Producer
Scott Stephens
Genre
Drama
Original Language
English
Release Date (DVD)
Aug 1, 2000
Runtime
1h 35m