Wilson’s review published on Letterboxd:
A view of Scottish history set to montage of archival footage, much like Of Time and the City, but the history of a country as opposed to a city. A broad canvas, a fascinating look; backed by superb music from King Creosote, heartfelt and beautiful in its own way. The scenes of individuals and families emmigrating are particularly emotive. It might not be, but it felt like solid Yes propaganda, in the best way.