A kindhearted tale of acceptance and friendship, and a reminder that life’s to short to waste a lot of time being angry.
A poignant story of both isolation and companionship, and a woman’s journey to discover how to live again.
Captures the aesthetics of the early 80s noir thriller with a low budget, retro feel that provides a callback to films of the era.
Much like its lead character, the film doesn’t seem have a plan of where it wants to go or how it wants to get there.
Raises interesting ideas about grief, guilt, and responsibility, shedding light on the ongoing struggles of Indigenous people.
This atmospheric, moody, gory, gothic horror film feels like a game changer for the genre.