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      Audience Member Something that's more against type for Christopher Nolan, Quay is an insightful documentary that's guaranteed to provide its titular subjects a number of newer, younger fans as they appreciate how much of a fan Nolan seems to be of their work...if they can find a DVD of it or find it online first. Seriously, this short from 2015 is really hard to track down, as if it's punishing Nolan-ites for not striking while the iron was hot back during those quieter times. Rated 5 out of 5 stars 01/23/23 Full Review Audience Member Yet another boring documentary Rated 0.5 out of 5 stars 01/21/23 Full Review Read all reviews Post a rating

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      Michael Phillips Chicago Tribune Inanimate objects become sentient, restless beings in the Quay universe. It's a scary, wondrous place to visit for 70 minutes. Rated: 4/4 Oct 22, 2015 Full Review Tom Russo Boston Globe While it doesn't add up to enough to make us as fascinated as Nolan, it may open some eyes to the discipline's abstract possibilities. Sep 24, 2015 Full Review Stephanie Zacharek Village Voice Concise and supremely satisfying ... Aug 18, 2015 Full Review Tanner Tafelski Hyperallergic [Feels like] a featurette you'd find on a Blu-ray, filler. Oct 30, 2019 Full Review Josh Lasser IGN Movies The biggest regret one has watching it is that it ends as soon as it gets going. Rated: 7.7/10 Oct 22, 2015 Full Review Matt Prigge Metro Christopher Nolan aims for a rough approximation of the Quay style, respecting the dark even when Stephen and Timothy open the drapes. Aug 21, 2015 Full Review Read all reviews

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