Norfolk (2015)

Norfolk (2015)

A father has to go and kill one more time; his son has to deal with the consequences.


2/10 – I really wanted to like this film, but I really struggled with it. After reading an interview with the director, it seems that was the point. He says that instead of dialogue, he wanted to ‘use the sound of the landscape’ and left it ‘deliberately ambiguous’, primarily because he enjoys films where you have to ‘work’, and will happily watch them two or three times a go. It was dull, and it took several attempts to see it through just once. It’s on iPlayer if you fancy it, but not one for me to revisit.

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