Critic Reviews for Shell
This is a sensitive and intelligent film but so slow-burning that sometimes it seems to stop dead in its tracks.
A hushed and haunting coming-of-age drama, pungently played out in the remote Scottish highlands, where the wind boings off the microphone and passing lorries set the crockery rattling.
[A] strange and poignant film, in which tragedy grows from smallest seeds of foible and foreboding.
Shell, the captivating debut from the young Scottish filmmaker Scott Graham, finds claustrophobia in the widest-open landscape, and isolation in the closest-knit relationship.
A decent effort and director Scott Graham is one to watch, but this is far from a fully formed drama.
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