Richard Christiansen, Chicago Daily News, 1968
Handled with such surpassing understanding that it becomes a quite profound and moving experience for the viewer… a marvelous revelation of our time and ourselves.
Matt Fagerholm, RogerEbert.com, 2016
A provocative meditation on the complexities of happiness as well as a moving ode to the vitality of human connection. It serves as a refreshing rebuke to our modern political climate favoring bullying and division over understanding and unity.
Roger Ebert, Chicago Sun-Times, 1968
Quinn and Temaner are filmmakers and "inquiring reporters" with great insight, and a lot to tell us about ourselves.
Michael Phillips, Chicago Tribune, 2016
A lovely, weirdly potent time capsule... a single, polyphonic ode to late '67 Chicago and what was on the mind of its collective citizenry.
William Routt, Film Quarterly, 1968
Inquiring Nuns is the closest thing to a 'pure' documentary that I have ever seen.
Andrew Pope, Producer, Don't Think I've Forgotten: Cambodia's Lost Rock And Roll
The personal attention filmmakers get from Argot is truly remarkable MORE