In a previous post, I described how Eleven Minutes–a documentary about Project Runway winner Jay McCarroll–was getting good grades on rottentomatoes.cm, but only because raves about some New Zealand massacre movie had strangely been put on its page by mistake. There were only two reviews of Eleven Minutes there, and they were more negative than McCarroll himself. Well, they’ve fixed it (yes, I have power–line up and admire it), and though there are still a few pans posted there, some thumbs-up have also filtered in. In fact, the Voice‘s own Aaron Hillis calls the film “charming and unexpectedly perceptive.” And no, he wasn’t referring to the New Zealand massacre movie.
This article from the Village Voice Archive was posted on February 19, 2009