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REVIEWS
“...if this is dangerous cinema, more of it please”
Helen de Witt LFF
“stunningly beautiful and brilliantly edited… brave and inspiring”
Colin MacCabe Sight and Sound
“Visual spectacle to make you gasp”
Gabriel Coxhead Time Out
“has meat on its bones and analysis in its soul…It doesn’t come any better than this”
Hollywood Reporter
“… one of the most boldly conceived films in recent French cinema, with a genuinely enigmatic quality that makes Buńuel comparisons anything but idle.”
The Independent
“...would've earned Kubrick's admiration.”
Variety
“… looks, sounds and feels like nothing else out there… artistically electrifying... a once-in-a-lifetime piece of cinema.”
BBC
“… (an) eerie richness of filmic language, including a chilling use of sound”
Jonathan Romney Sight & Sound
“Often beautiful, always at the edge, Innocence is, of course, anything but an innocent film. It knows which frontier it holds and advances only by posing traps”
Cahiers du Cinéma
“One of the most thought provoking, enjoyable and even passionate documentaries of recent times”
The Daily Telegraph
“heartbreaking and giddily alive”
ARTFORUM
“...one of the most important programmes Horizon has made”
The Times
“Provocative, excellent science”
The Daily Telegraph
“…makes the leap from gallery piece to museum quality art”
The Guardian
“...I cannot get this work out of my mind”
Glenn Lowry MOMA New York
THE MAN WHO BROKE BRITAIN
“A heady concoction of fact and fiction”
Nancy Banks Smith The Guardian