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Critic Reviews for Still
A film which is desperate to make a grand statement about the awful toll of isolation but falls short of its ambitions.
Gillen portrays Carver as a somewhat latter-day Hamlet; an essentially benevolent man who struggles to retain his sanity as he seeks to apprehend his bizarre, fragmented reality through grief and psychological hostility.
Writer/director Simon Blake's provocative debut feature taps into society's collective fear of young people in a way that will resonate with anyone who has ever lived in a major city.
Still marks a creatively inclined project for Simon Blake, who cannot be faulted for his aptitude for ingenuity, with a palpable attempt to be experimental in his means of storytelling.
Not only is Still an intense look at a father's tragic descent into madness over losing his son, but it's also a surprisingly, extremely competent film from first-time director Simon Blake.
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