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100
A tale of horror, heroism, unimaginable physical challenges, and, yes, cannibalism, Stranded offers the kind of real-life drama that can't help but bring up notions of God, fate, and nature's imposing will.
90
An exceptional film, at once disturbing and elevating, deliberate yet powerful.
90
Intimate, terrifying and positively riveting documentary.
90
Chicago Reader
Despite all the horror and anguish, the film ends on a note of serene acceptance, deep gratitude toward the dead, and wonder at the unlikely miracle of life.
88
Grueling yet ultimately exhilarating.
88
Remarkable documentary filmmaking, unflinching and full of unlikely grace.
88
So powerful is Stranded that when the lucky few finally make their way back to civilization, you feel as thrilled as if they were your own loved ones.
80
The New York Times
Gonzalo Arijón's documentary offers an incontrovertible argument for the necessity of team spirit in the face of catastrophe.
75
At once scary and stirring.
75
Not for the faint of heart.

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