Jeremy P. Beasley’s review published on Letterboxd:
I didn’t even know honor killing was a reality, much less a kind of tradition. This film follows Laila, a young Pakistani girl living in Scotland. Her father wants her back and she refuses to leave. He sends a group of thugs to track her down. It’s a wonderful combination of Malick-esque mood winding and the brakeneck LSD color trip of a Safdie Brothers film. I’m bummed it was never released in the US. Enjoy.