"Rebecca Hall gives one of the great performances of the year as the title character in Christine, an intense, stomach-churning, unblinking drama." - Chicago Sun-Times

“In dramatizing real-life tragedies, the line between exploitation and empathetic storytelling is a hairline crack. Antonio Campos’ Christine—which tells the story of events leading up to the moment in 1974 when Christine Chubbuck, a 29-year-old Sarasota, Fla., TV news reporter, committed suicide while on the air—is just on the correct side of that crack

“We don’t know what led Chubbuck to pull the trigger that day, but it might have been a crushing sense of aloneness that few of us can even comprehend. The miracle of Rebecca Hall’s performance as Christine Chubbuck is that she gives that aloneness shape and heft, as if it were a thing we could reach out and touch and somehow assuage. If only that were so.” - TIME


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