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“In the world of documentaries, it is bold, if not a landmark.” — ROGEREBERT.COM
“One of the more universal and relatable films you’re ever likely to see...Likely to touch anybody who has ever lost a loved one, which makes it a very big story.” — DANIEL FEINBERG, THE HOLLYWOOD REPORTER
“Startling. 306 Hollywood feels like a whole new way of tackling documentaries.” — TASHA ROBINSON, THE VERGE
“The movie’s blend of charm and philosophical inquiry makes it at once structurally daring and a total crowd-pleaser, sure to find appreciative audiences who will see echoes of their own clutter-filled lives in its story.” — ERIC KOHN, INDIEWIRE
“306 Hollywood” is, by its very nature, something of a shaggy dog story. Luckily, the Bogaríns have two things working in their favor. Both come from a visual arts background, so the “classifications” of what they find as they plunder the closets and basement are laid out in a vibrant and unexpected ...