Celluloid Dreams The Directors Label

   

Strong visually… The atmosphere is potently realised, and the notion that solitude is more likely to be fulfilling than partnership comes through loud and clear.
TIME OUT

The film has an impressive visual sweep…the post-apocalyptic look of All Tomorrow’s Parties is impressively rendered by Yu Lik Wai. Indeed it’s the distinctively grim milieux within the film: a dank gulag, a squalid flat, and a ruined industrial city, which linger in the mind
BBC

A timely blend of apocalyptic fantasy, political tract and solemn warning about the state we’re in…a fraught meditation on the 21st Century. Charged with a brooding fatalism typical of Andrei Tarkovsky’s sci-fi meanderings, it’s a quietly impressive film
FILM FOUR

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