A nuanced study of dementia and its alienating effects; an exceptional screenplay creates thematic cues throughout that can be felt in every microfibre.
Ambiguous and beautifully insidious as result, Rift is an impressive sophomore effort from Icelandic filmmaker Erlingur Thoroddsen.
An astonishing and brave feature debut that marks director-writer Liam Gavin as one to watch. Highly recommended.
Bernard Rose’s Frankenstein is a compelling and thought-provoking yarn that retains an air of unpredictability.
A missed opportunity for exploration of the relationship between mental illness and the supernatural.
What could have easily been melodramatic drivel is rendered surprisingly powerful with certain moments packing an emotional wallop.