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Critic Reviews for West
It's a sobering tale, where violence, guilt and lies fly their ugly flag, and first time writer director Daniel Krige captures the mood only too well, as we are drawn into the tragedy of the lives of the misfits.
Audience Reviews for West
This Aussie film is an honest and confident film that made me sit up and pay attention. To Daniel Krige's credit he has written and directed highly complex characters true to people who have experienced their youth in the western suburbs of Sydney. This film does not judge the characters it presents, but rather reveals people who are trying to do their best to "break the mould" with limited options for advancement.
In this film such all-consuming passion accompanied by the bitterness of complete betrayal has the power to destroy everything in the end. I was extremely moved and impressed after watching this film, which is a rare experience in the current climate of Australian films, which tend to stereotype real people with comedic intent.
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