Excerpt: Una propuesta entre interesante y sedante que en conjunto queda demasiado cerca del telefilm de sobremesa. No está mal, pero no engancha desde el tono del debutante Rupert Goold, que con todo apunta maneras de cara al futuro.
Excerpt: With his thorough competence and lack of individual style, Goold has all the making of a reliable journeyman. He almost certainly has a number of terrific films in his future, as long as he isn’t saddled with a screenplay as doltish as this one.
Excerpt: True Story provokes thought about primal human nature and the mysteries of why we try to give others the benefit of the doubt, based on face value. The smartest and less gullible viewer will be way ahead of where this is all going, but the suspense is in the “when” and “how” rather than the “what.”
Excerpt: True Story earns its chills not by jolting the audience or by surprising them with developments that come from nowhere. Instead, British director Rupert Goold, making his feature debut, fills the movie with a constant sense of dread and unease.