As the film is setting itself up; warming you to the characters and spaces of the village. It reminded me of the first half of Get Out. An eerie unfamiliarity in the environment that existed in something that should have felt so familiar. A world in our world, an ignored backyard of our privilege.
Here, subtlety exists in an alternate universe. This film is all on the face and unapologetically loud. Something I would have definitely had a problem with, if it did not work so well for the film and the subject matter that it is dealing with. Raising on from Mulk which I thought was criminally underwatched (and of course an underrated film), Article 15 does not take any pit stops from the moment it begins its course.Read More