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Paranoid ParkAs teenage skateboarder Alex (Gabe Nevins) hops freight trains with a stranger, a security guard spots them and tries to forcibly remove them. Alex's life begins to fray after he is involved in the accidental death of the security guard.
Actors of "Paranoid Park"
Characters of "Paranoid Park"
Directors of "Paranoid Park"Gus Van SantBirthdate: 24 July 1952, Louisville, Kentucky, USA
Creators of "Paranoid Park"Gus Van SantBirthdate: 24 July 1952, Louisville, Kentucky, USABlake NelsonBirthdate: 31 August 1965
Critic Reviews of "Paranoid Park"New York PostJuly 16, 2008
[An] intriguing, mind-altering skateboard elegy.Miami HeraldMarch 28, 2008
Paranoid Park, Gus Van Sant's mesmerizing new movie, melds the dreamy languor of his last few films with a page-turner of a plot.Seattle TimesMarch 21, 2008
Gus Van Sant's capper to a trilogy of experiments in elliptical narrative and lyrical structure is a masterful triumph of art, craft and empathy for the complicatedness of being a real teenager.Houston ChronicleMarch 21, 2008
Regarding Paranoid Park as an elongated short rather than a feature helps a bit, because it's a miniature in spirit -- a small-format portrait of psychic malaise that just happens to last 84 minutes.Detroit NewsMarch 21, 2008
Paranoid Park becomes a portrait of the skate punk as repressed personality. The movie doesn't really go anywhere as a story, it simply unfolds.Philadelphia InquirerMarch 21, 2008
Intriguing and obliquely involving.ReelTalk Movie ReviewsJune 23, 2010
In Paranoid Park, not much actually happens and yet one teenager's mind is filled with far more than enough to ponder for a long time.Paste MagazineOctober 18, 2008
In the hands of cinematographic mastermind Christopher Doyle, teenage spats, telephone calls and coasting skateboarders are infused with lyricism and dreaminess.Austin ChronicleOctober 18, 2008
It's breathtaking, heartbreaking, tragic, gorgeous, and true all at the same time.Sacramento News & ReviewAugust 07, 2008
It's a movie worth seeing.Sin MagazineJune 18, 2008
I would say that there is a really good 50 minute movie tucked away inside here, but Van Sant insists on padding it with material that doesn't belong.
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