Me Without You
- compiled by Jeffrey Overstreet Copyright Christianity Today International
- 2002 1 Jan
Michelle Williams, who earned celebrity for her work on
J. Robert Parks (The Phantom Tollbooth) praises Williams: "It's a wonderfully vulnerable performance." But that's only one bright spot. "Unfortunately, the other aspects of
Anne Navarro (Catholic News) lists some complaints of her own. "While the characterizations are authentic and the performances compelling, viewers may be troubled by the casual representation of sexual encounters and drug use. The story drags, taking a depressing turn before abruptly turning the corner to a sunny, incongruous ending." But she has high praise for other aspects: "Goldbacher infuses the narrative with classic tell-tale signs of the period. Signature '80s songs and fashion sensibilities are in full force as is the punk attitude of the '70s and the materialism of the '90s. Goldbacher guides the actors with a gentle hand, drawing nuanced performances from both women."