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Letters to Max


Eric Baudelaire

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About the Movie

What is the job of a diplomat for a country that does not exist? With this question, acclaimed filmmaker Eric Baudelaire initiates a wide-ranging correspondence with his friend Maxim Gvinjia, former Minister of Foreign Affairs for Abkhazia, a country with physical borders, a government, and its own flag, but has not been recognized as a nation.


Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews


  • Reviews Counted: 6
  • Fresh: 5
  • Rotten: 1
  • Average Rating: 6.1/10

Top Critics' Reviews

Rotten: The images of small-town military pomp and abandoned, decayed buildings are fascinating but the film fails to grasp fully its slippery subject. – Kate Muir, Times (UK), Oct 5, 2015

Fresh: A poignant emotional journey which lingers in the subconscious for longer than expected. – Charlotte Keeys, Little White Lies, Oct 4, 2015

Fresh: Rarefied but affecting ... – Leslie Felperin, Guardian, Oct 1, 2015

Fresh: The dreamlike visuals cast a spell. – Trevor Johnston, Time Out, Sep 29, 2015

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