Serious topic: the lack of space to be. For some.
I have never before written a review of a movie I did not see. But in regards to this one I feel compelled.
Judging from the trailer the acting and the cinematography leaves something to be desired. The lighting is off, there is an abundance of close-ups of actors, who all seem wooden from lack of competence or bad directing, the script is too casually “normal” – all tell tale signs of a low budget, lack of professionalism on all levels, including the financiers.
None the less “No Turning Back” has won or been nominated for several awards – best picture, best director – which could be due to lower quality of other contestants. But. Continue reading “No Turning Back (2019)”