Review: A Man Called Otto

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A Man Called Otto is an exceptional film with a well-developed plot. It reminds you of the reason you go to the movies; to feel enthralled with the experience.

The film tells the story of a man who’s at the end of his rope; literally. It depicts how being unhappy can affect those around you. The film delves into the importance of community, and how connecting with others can drastically change your outlook and improve your life. 

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  • Director: Marc Forster
  • Cast: Tom Hanks, John Higgins, Tony Bingham
  • IMDB

Catharine Horsley

Film Reviewer

Catharine Horsley is a film studies graduate from Carleton University, who is addicted to the cinema. She is very passionate about art, photography, and filmmaking. Her dream is to become a screenwriter or film critic. When Catharine isn’t watching movies, she finds joy in reading, writing, painting, and cooking.