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It's fresh, unexpected and bursts through preconceptions of disability and disabled people who are overlooked and live on the edge of society.
There are plenty of differences to celebrate in this modestly amusing and heartfelt comedic thriller.
Director Attila Till subverts expectations with a dark crime comedy more about its characters' inner lives than blood and body counts.
Writer-director Attila Till is content to indulge a complication-free mix of bloodshed and pathos.
With a strong script, competent directing and gritty cinematography, Kills on Wheels is a well-balanced comedy, action-drama that will put you through a roller coaster of emotions.
It may be heavily contrived, but it's a suitably punchy ending for a vigorous, unruly film that seems honest in its depiction of living with disabilities.
If you see one film about a Hungarian hitman in a wheelchair this year, make sure it's this one.
Till's second feature is not only notable for its attitude to disability, but also for its casting of differently able actors.
An engaging Hungarian film whose tough exterior conceals a warm heart.
The world isn't overburdened with Hungarian wheelchair comedy-thrillers but on the strength of this darkly delightful effort from Attila Till... it could do with a few more.
An entertaining, ingenious and above all wholly unpatronising take on an often mishandled subject.
Kills On Wheels is a brutal and brutally funny thriller that will entertain all kinds of people. It has an unexpected emotional core but this adds depth rather than undermining either its style or its point.
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