One Potato Review
Moody and ripe and meticulously imagined: there’s just as much going on in the margins and shadows and crevices of the Paradise Garden as there ever was back in the city. But no shouting. In the end, this is a brave and ambitious accounting of one boy’s efforts to find some peace away from – and finally on top of – his bickering, dysfunctional family, but whatever your reasons for visiting, you could lose yourself here. Panoramic and completely distracting.
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