The Climb

The Climb

COMING SOON TO CINEMAS15 October 2020
The Climb

Comedic bro-mance that takes place over many years, centred on two men whose friendship endures many challenges - including an incident where one sleeps with the other's girlfriend.

2020Rating: M, Violence, offensive language, sex scenes & nudity97 minsUSA
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Variety

Variety

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Beautifully written and performed by the director and real-life BFF Kyle Marvin, Covino’s film gets precisely the balance of dependency and denial that keeps a bad bromance afloat.

Screen Daily

Screen Daily

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Kuperstein’s roaming camera may sometimes overwhelm the film with its artful choreography, but generally manages to take the viewer by surprise – as does a comic narrative which constantly takes unexpected turns.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

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The script intelligently dishes out key information in each vignette, with the scenes separated by major narrative ellipses that force the viewer to work a little in order to figure things out.

IndieWire

IndieWire

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This sharp two-hander veers from caustic to sweet with acrobatic filmmaking to spare.

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

Covino’s film is an exhilarating anomaly, if not a wake-up call for the visual potential of heartfelt comedy.

Variety

Variety

press

Beautifully written and performed by the director and real-life BFF Kyle Marvin, Covino’s film gets precisely the balance of dependency and denial that keeps a bad bromance afloat.

Screen Daily

Screen Daily

press

Kuperstein’s roaming camera may sometimes overwhelm the film with its artful choreography, but generally manages to take the viewer by surprise – as does a comic narrative which constantly takes unexpected turns.

Hollywood Reporter

Hollywood Reporter

press

The script intelligently dishes out key information in each vignette, with the scenes separated by major narrative ellipses that force the viewer to work a little in order to figure things out.

IndieWire

IndieWire

press

This sharp two-hander veers from caustic to sweet with acrobatic filmmaking to spare.

RogerEbert.com

RogerEbert.com

press

Covino’s film is an exhilarating anomaly, if not a wake-up call for the visual potential of heartfelt comedy.

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