Nick Schager Reviews The Dish & The Spoon

Not so much an actual movie as an assortment of Amerindie affectations, The Dish & the Spoon doesn’t waste a moment on recognizable reality, consumed as it is with checking off various items from its list of clichés. Writer-director Alison Bagnall (co-writer of 1998’s Buffalo ’66) apparently never met a moment she didn’t want to drench in preciousness, as her story revels in familiar tortured-soul-longing-for-connection bathos and gray-desolate atmospherics via its story of Rose (Greta Gerwig), a woman introduced bawling and moaning hysterically over her husband’s infidelity.

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