Shutterbug
Shutterbug (2010)

Alex is a successful fashion photographer who demands more from his work. A man infected with an urge to shoot.After looking into the sun during a photo shoot of the sunrise, Alex begins to see blurs and spots. His condition worsens and he… More

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Rated: Unrated
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Release Date: May 17, 2011
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Jeannette Catsoulis
New York Times

Intermittently beautiful but frustratingly leaden, Shutterbug labors ineffectually to promote authenticity over artifice.

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Andrew Schenker
Village Voice

Papas makes our familiar city seem just as invitingly sinister as you once imagined it to be.

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Avi Offer
NYC Movie Guru

An intriguing, elliptical and visually stylish journey into the unknown. It's a well-crafted, intelligent and unpredictable mystery that requires repeated viewings.

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Ronnie Scheib
Variety

Spins experimental imagery and mystical manifestations into a gossamer-thin, ponderously off-the-wall plot.

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Kam Williams
NewsBlaze

An overambitious production which, while not quite ready for primetime due to techical flaws, at least exhibits enough promise in terms of acting, plot and camera angles to make this critic curious to see Papas's next picture. Dante's Purgatory!

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Joseph Jon Lanthier
Slant Magazine

One-third lysergic plutonian tour, one-third attempted digital-art mindf---, and one-third pointlessly phantasmagoric twist thriller.

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S. James Snyder
Time Out New York

Writer-director Minos Papas channels both David Lynch and Dante's Inferno, but Shutterbug lacks the poetry -- or precision -- of a true phantasmic freak-out.

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Matthew Nestel
Boxoffice Magazine

Its drowsy work and parlor tricks suck the life out of what's supposed to be a sleepless city

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Harvey S. Karten
Compuserve

A photographer looks at a Dante-esque New York late at night and runs into trouble in a micro-budget movie that's more doggerel than poetry.

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