Reviewed May 14, 2012
Fraser Mckissack’s review:
A near perfect film, the depth of the deceptively complex narrative is matched only by the gorgeous cinematography. The film looks absolutely fantastic, and if it wasn't so perfectly shot it would have been much more of a struggle to stay interested in what is a very slow, meticulous and patient drama. Kudos to the soundtrack as well, never before have I experienced luscious violin crescendos being contrasted with frantic dub-step to such great effect.