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    5 To 7 (2014)

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  • Actors of "5 To 7 (2014)"

  • Characters of "5 To 7 (2014)"

    Brian. Character of 5 To 7 (2014)
    Played by: Anton Yelchin
    Arielle. Character of 5 To 7 (2014)
    Arlene. Character of 5 To 7 (2014)
    Played by: Glenn Close
    Sam. Character of 5 To 7 (2014)
    Played by: Frank Langella
  • Directors of "5 To 7 (2014)"

    Victor Levin. Director of 5 To 7 (2014)
    Victor Levin
    Birthdate: 1961
  • Creators of "5 To 7 (2014)"

    Victor Levin. Director of 5 To 7 (2014)
    Victor Levin
    Birthdate: 1961
  • Critic Reviews of "5 To 7 (2014)"

    Fort Worth Star-Telegram/DFW.com
    April 28, 2015

    The strong cast, a beautiful score, and a surprisingly affecting ending make it more convincing that it seems at first.

    Boston Globe
    April 23, 2015

    Though Yelchin does not elevate his role much above pasty callowness, Marlohe brings to hers a luminous irony and melancholy that makes her the ideal elusive beauty of hyper-romantic adolescent dreams.

    Philadelphia Inquirer
    April 23, 2015

    The problem with 5 to 7 is that the most important romance, between Brian and Arielle, never feels real.

    Minneapolis Star Tribune
    April 23, 2015

    One of the best date-night movies of the season without a doubt.

    Washington Post
    April 23, 2015

    There aren't many surprises in "5 to 7," unless you count such startlingly cliched bits of dialogue as "Life is a collection of moments" and "There's no free lunch."

    Seattle Times
    April 17, 2015

    The Brian-and-Arielle story never quite feels believable; it plays more like a novel than a genuine love story, like a work in progress, rather than a beginning and, inevitably, an end.

    The Film Stage
    June 06, 2016

    Saccharine, overwhelmingly melodramatic and filmed with a glossy sheen, one is either quickly won over by the charms of the romantic drama 5 to 7 or simply turned off from the start.

    New Zealand Herald
    April 28, 2016

    5 To 7 is a pretty standard rom-com, but sets the bar higher than most with it's French New Wave references.

    Independent Online (South Africa)
    March 07, 2016

    While it doesn't exactly take your breath away, this small coming-of-age story will make you smile about how film can romanticise even the slightest of ideas.

    Herald Sun (Australia)
    November 11, 2015

    Go along with the dopey premise of 5 To 7 for as long as you can, and its guilty-pleasure charms will kind of grow on you.

    The Age (Australia)
    November 05, 2015

    The fairytale aura is nourished by outdated yet timeless notions of Frenchness and Americanness, grand romantic fantasies in themselves.

    FILMINK (Australia)
    November 05, 2015

    This is an above average romantic weeper despite its classist flaws and its liberal scrounging from The French New Wave.

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