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"A finely scaled feature debut."
- Guy Lodge, Variety
"An existential tension to every scene"
- Tim Grierson, Screen International
A promising debut. A name to watch."
- Boyd van Hoeij, The Hollywood Reporter
THE THIRD MURDER
"Mystery skirts metaphysics and a courtroom turns out to be no place to determine the truth in Kore-eda Hirokazu's mysteriously beautiful The Third Murder. ...Though different in feeling from the Japanese writer-director's perceptive family tales like After the Storm, it has the same clarity of thought and precision of image as his very best work. "
- Deborah Young, The Hollywood Reporter
"...a powerful, intricately constructed meditation on the mysteries of the heart, the elusiveness of truth and the injustices of the Japanese justice system, in which the scales are tipped in favor of the prosecution. Koreeda?s film ... is a masterpiece."
- Mark Schilling, The Japan Times
"Sleek and suspenseful, deceptive and profound, The Third Murder is an artful addition to the canon of modern-day crime drama, one whose core mysteries encompass more than just the case at hand."
- Michael Leader, Sight & Sound
I AM NOT A WITCH
"It's rare and exhilarating that a new filmmaker arrives on the screne so sure of herself and so willing to take bold, counter-intuitive chances."
- Jessica King, Variety
"A fable-like story about a young African girl banished from her village for alleged witchcraft, it blends deadpan humor with light surrealism, vivid visuals and left-field musical choices."
- Stephen Dalton, The Hollywood Reporter
"A magic realist fable set in present-day Zambia that has plenty to say about gender and supersition."
- Anna Smith, Time Out
"**** The Barriuso brothers succeed in creating a film that is equally heartbreaking and inspiring."
- Tiffany Tchobanian, Film Threat
"Shot in Havana, with vivid contributions from production designers Zazu Myers and Juan Carlos Sánchez Lezcano, the film captures the distinctive time-capsule quality of an isolated country, where many aspects of the story's 1989?90 setting bear the mark of earlier decades.The Barriusos' film addresses a specific set of events, but as it unfolds at the intersection of socialist ideals, economic realities and personal ambitions, it's a timeless portrait of what it means to be a cog in the wheel of a single-party regime. "
- Sheri Linden, The Hollywood Reporter