Reviewed by Emily
on 04/02/2016 17:07

Beautiful but dark and depressing. A very quiet film with little dialogue.  Sweeping scenes of barren landscapes and empty fields serve to increase the sense of isolation which pervades.  The film deals with both internalised homophobia and homophobia from members of the small, local community.   Don't go into this one hoping for people to realise the error of their ways or hoping for a happily ever after.  Moving, thought-provoking and some superb acting.  Would recommend.