“stunning acting, a telling score and a story that will stay with you… a fantastic offering.”
David Monteith writes for Geek Syndicate:
“The acting is great for the most part and the casting pretty much perfect. Djata’s mother played by Agyness Deyn is stunning in her damaged and desperate defiance. The grandparents played by Jonathan Pryce and Fiona Shaw are amazing but young Lorenzo Allchurch as Djata steals the show. His slow burning anger and subtlety are incredible to watch.
“This is not a film for those looking for stirring moments of heroic uprising but if your looking for a dystopian movie with good cinematography, great characterisation, stunning acting, a telling score and a story that will stay with you then this is a fantastic offering.”
SOURCE: Geek Syndicate