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Much like its subject, this film by Sarah Gavron has a leisurely, warm pace.
What makes their film so beautiful and refreshing is the way it touches on themes of climate and cultural change without any hectoring or guilt trips, using humour and humanity to make its gentle points.
It's a beautiful, austere movie ...
While it isn't revelatory in content or style, it's a considered work that offers a glimpse of a part of the world that many would know little about otherwise.
This is a warm-hearted and affecting tribute to a tenacious people who seem to know the score better than most of us.
The mind boggles at the thought of how it was here pre-electricity and motor boats, although elderly villagers don't exactly recoil from the memory of sputtering blubber lamps.
There a gentle sweetness and charm to this documentary by film-maker Sarah Gavron, her first film since the adaptation of Monica Ali's novel Brick Lane six years ago.
Subtle and beautifully humane.
Visually immaculate and thought-provoking stuff.
Beautifully-shot and purposely unsentimental, Village... is an insightful study of lives in transition.
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