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The Carrier – RDFF review

High voltage action from The Carrier will have you on the edge of your seat, and - even more impressively - it does so with a tiny budget. Without the luxury of big visuals and big effects, the same level...
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Meet Pursuit Delange – RDFF review

Seemingly attempting to be Withnail & I, Meet Pursuit Delange joins together several genres, and even more plots in its strange attempt to be funny. The jokes are terribly outdated, with race, sexuality...
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Happy 140 – RDFF review

Strong performances from the entire cast make Happy 140 the intense character driven drama that it is. A bit twee at times, the falling apart of a friendship when money is thrown into the mix could have been...
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Sailing To Paradise – RDFF review

Uplifting and life affirming, Sailing To Paradise allows us inside every inch of two characters and their friendship. This is a funny and touching tale of how much we need other people to help us through...
Our Everyday Life

Our Everyday Life – RDFF review

A Bosnian drama following a father losing his job, a son restarting his life after war and a mother battling serious illness doesn’t sound like much fun. But Our Everyday Life has touches of humour mixed in...
El Ganzo

El Ganzo – RDFF review

The Mexican setting of heat and sand only increases the feeling that Ganzo is like a hazy memory. The film is perturbing not only due to the strange manner of conversation, but also because of the...
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Driving With Selvi – RDFF review

Films should show us the wonder of human life, and Driving With Selvi certainly manages this. Following the life of one unconventional Indian woman, and her desire to do what she loves, the film is like a...
Slum Polis

Slum-Polis – RDFF review

With a backdrop of violence and gangs, the friendship that writer and director Ken Ninomaya creates is one of hope and honesty. Punctuated perfectly by rock music throughout, and with violence that never errs...

Princess – RDFF review

A confused tone overhangs Princess, adding to what is already an uncomfortable watch. In some parts it's stiflingly creepy, so much so that it’s hard to watch, at other times we see a tenderness towards...