Critic Reviews for Swandown
What's most pleasing is Kötting's reluctance to foist a single agenda on us...
It all comes together in a charming and idiosyncratic way to create a rich and often funny snapshot of local identity.
It's all quite wonderfully nutty in a thoroughly British way or a bit of a bore, depending on your disposition.
A constantly beguiling movie with an underlying touch of bitterness, especially towards the end.
The way Kötting and Sinclair wrestle their craft, nicknamed Edith, over muddy embankments and bicker as they splosh along loamy waterways makes Swandown feel like Fitzcarraldo on a You've Been Framed budget.
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