Critic Reviews for Sivas
What's there in terms of story thus often feels secondary to a sense of place and character, but thankfully Mudjeci at least reveals an impeccable sense of how composition can suggest emotions and make situations dramatically more dynamic.
[Sivas] is distinguished by its muscular technical brio and rich, integral sense of place. As storytelling, however, it's less rewarding, taking rather too long to get into gear and abruptly ending at its most critical point of conflict.
A surprising humanity underpins Sivas, making the film more of a traditional boy-and-his-dog tale than it initially appears.
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