(Chile/The Netherlands 2012 I 96 mins I cert. 12A)
Winner - Tiger Award, International Film Festival Rotterdam 2012
★★★★ The Times
★★★★ Financial Times- “wonderful Chilean film”
★★★★ Time Out - "a striking, laudably unshowy debut"
★★★★ Little White Lies- "one of the best debut features of recent times"
★★★★ Empire - "An impressive debut…”
Sight & Sound Film of the Week - "a striking debut... and further evidence of the growing diversity of Chilean cinema"
Dazed Digital New Film of the Week
Electric Sheep - "a compelling mix of road movie and coming-of-age story... another striking film to emerge from South America"
Journeying through the vast desolate landscapes of northern Chile, Thursday Till Sunday follows a family trip seen through the eyes of ten year old Lucia, in a poignant tale of innocence and loss.
The Guardian ****
Time Out ****
“Assarat shares Apichatpong Weerasethakul's ability to conjure delicate
moods and memories...“ (Mike McCahill, The Guardian)
“...those attuned to the quiet desolation of an Antonioni or Hou Hsiao-Hsien
will find much to admire. A welcome discovery“ (Trevor Johnston, Time Out)
“An absorbing and beguilingly simple film... beautifully haunting and
effortlessly cool“ (Mark Adams, Chief Film Critic, Screen Daily)
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