An acquired taste for a select few, this film is so abstract that it seems like its sole reason for existence is to be weird.
A wistful story about relationships: building new ones and repairing damaged ones. It’s a meaningful film that’s filled with hope and optimism, even if it takes a little while to get there.
Watching struggles like the ones the characters experience here isn’t an enjoyable exercise, but it certainly is eye opening.
May not fully reach the potential of its premise, but the film’s effort to explore South Africa’s dark history in a new and different way is commendable.
This blood-soaked homage to 70s crime flicks isn’t going to make an impact on the genre, but it’ll satisfy low expectations.
A small scale, nostalgic tale of childhood time travel and fantasy that’s layered with themes of pain, grief, regret, and loss.