Poignancy and Pathos distinguish Thomas Wirthensohn's polished documentary "Homme Less".
A fascinating account of a man who plays a role in order to hide the reality of his life. ★★★
An engaging and very unusual story.
...a thoughtful, intriguing work... boosted by an elegant, jazzy score from Kyle Eastwood.
As an unfussy yet poignant look at life on the margins, there are few other movies like it this year.
A contemplative look into one man's life, "Homme Less" has resonance beyond just Mark Reay. [B+]
...expertly crafted knockout.
...a reminder of how far the homeless population now reaches...
Thomas Wirthensohn's Homme Less will certainly alter most people's preconceptions about homelessness. 7.5/10
...Wirthensohn's debut feature explores some of the vast distance felt between the homeless and the housed...
I highly recommend you catch this fascinating documentary...
HOMME LESS casts the stigma of homelessness in a new and unexpected light.
Documentary of The Week.
...this is a very good film...
Thomas Wirthensohn exposes the dark underbelly of the American Dream in an often-merciless city.
Write up by director Thomas Wirthensohn about the making of HOMME LESS.
...an entertaining ride..
With HOMME LESS first-time director Wirthensohn captures a raw and unfiltered moment in time.
HOMME LESS is such an excellently produced film!
...award winning and critically-acclaimed masterpiece...great directorial skills and storytelling...
HOMME LESS ist ein ergreifender Film...
"HOMME LESS" in DOC NYC: An interview with Director Thomas Wirthensohn and Subject Mark Reay.