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Little Woods is very personal and very touching, and it makes a compelling argument as to why good people do bad things, a tried-and-true motif that has become a staple of the new westerns emerging today.
The life-on-the-margins drama makes a fine, tense vehicle for Tessa Thompson, who in the last few years has stood out in a variety of genres.
Nia DaCosta's absorbing debut is laced with urgent dread, experienced by characters you care deeply about.
The film has atmosphere and intensity to burn, but it also feels dwarfed by similar yet superior films.
In the film 'Little Woods', Tessa Thompson executes one of the best performances of her career.
DaCosta's meticulous work in laying out a socially conscious scenario in such a wildly entertaining way shines through.
DaCosta's powerful story is crafted such grace and care where her characters are dimensionally complex and the situation is on a grand scale that is both intense and grounded.
DaCosta's film is hauntingly nostalgic for a world gone by.
These are variations on real stories that are happening, right now, and DaCosta is willing you to pay attention.
DaCosta directs in a modest, slice-of-life style, which only heightens the tension of events on screen - this is the kind of movie you lean forward to hear, and before you know it, you're overwhelmed.
Led by the strong performances from Tessa Thompson and Lily James, Little Woods marks the arrival of Nia DaCosta as a force to be reckoned with.
Little Woods is a bleak, powerful portrait of middle America that never veers on cloying, and handles difficult current-day issues like opioid abuse and abortion with grace.
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