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Village Voice
Dior and I is a great fashion movie, but it's also a superb picture about the art of management, applicable to any field.
Dior And I succeeds in bringing this exclusive world down to earth, knitting the viewer with its needles and threads and making a highly relatable story, no matter where you come from or how you feel about fashion.
That this narrative is intense and entertaining to audiences — even those unfamiliar with the fashion world — is Tcheng's considerable accomplishment.
As carefully crafted as the clothes is Tcheng’s well-considered direction, privileging the creative process over stereotyped glamour or backstabbing.
Dior and I is a fashion doc with both a sense of history and a feel for the energy of a work in progress.
Slant Magazine
Bolstered by deft editing that keeps the proceedings moving at a light, graceful clip, this behind-the-runway look at one of fashion's legendary brands has a sleek, efficient stylishness in keeping with its subject.
More compelling when focusing on long-serving staff and their skills and opinions
The spectacle of highly competent professionals going about their work is always absorbing, and Simons is an interesting man: reticent, calm, shy, intensely focused but apparently never losing control until the end.
Time Out London
The pressure for minimalist Simons to succeed in the ultra-feminine world of Dior is intense.
This undramatic and flat peek “inside” the sewing rooms of Christian Dior holds little in the way of entertainment.

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