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Fantasy sequences in "Hello, My Name Is Doris"
Overall, Sally Field in "Hello, My Name Is Doris" is painfully vulnerable, idiosyncratic, sweet and tragic. The film could have just taken a quirky old gal and made its plain points about nostalgia and hipster bullsh*t. But because of Field's turn as Doris, and because of writers Laura Terruso and Michael Showalter's compassion for each of its subject, Doris is fleshy and imaginative. Lucky us, we got a view into her fantasy world, which unfolded with harlequin heat and hilarity. You don't need to be drunk or high to reveal a rich feast. You just have to be Doris. - Katie Hasty