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TOUCHY FEELY Rosemarie DeWitt

Lynn Shelton is such an inviting moviemaker with an interest in the purity of human reaction that’s gifted her filmography (including “Humpday” and “Your Sister’s Sister”) a charming sense of spontaneity and feeling. “Touchy Feely” is almost up to the level of her previous work, but there’s an odd unfinished quality to the picture that’s distracting, almost unprofessional. The screenplay invests in a fascinating sense of sensorial immersion and deprivation, with characters worth following for the duration of the feature. Sadly, “Touchy Feely” doesn’t see its themes through to the end, leaving the effort dangling in the wind, unsatisfying and needlessly drained of depth. Read the rest at


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