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Critics reviews
Joanna Hogg United Kingdom, 2007
The ultimate Brits-abroad nightmare-holiday film… If this subtly painful comedy of manners isn’t teeth-grinding enough for you, try the male counterpart – Suntan (Argyris Papadimitropoulos, 2016) in which a doctor on a Greek island falls horribly in love with a carefree Lolita among the Euro-vacationers. Both films should come prefaced by warnings for viewers of either sex aged above, say, 35.
June 24, 2017
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This is civilized human behavior captured with a clinical precision and accuracy.
June 26, 2014
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As if from nowhere, a first-time British film-maker has appeared with a tremendously accomplished, subtle and supremely confident feature, authorially distinctive and positively dripping with technique.
September 18, 2008
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British cinema has forever been preoccupied with issues of class, but it’s been some time since such matters were examined with the piercing accuracy that makes “Unrelated” so bracing.
May 23, 2008
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