Andrew’s review published on Letterboxd:
Honestly, this film was better than the more recognized contenders for 2020's best film (looking at Nomadland and Minari). It looked at a group and culture not often explored in horror films (or any films for that matter) and didn't stray away from some more experimental moments. The film explores the absurdity of Western expectations for a refugee group to quickly and easily assimilate into a new culture after experiencing traumas that the average Westerner would never even come close to witnessing. It's not by any means a perfect movie, but it's certainly an excellent and underrated one.
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