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Part nightmare, part fantasy, Ivul tells the tale of Alex, who bizarrely moves out onto the roof of his house and refuses to come down after a false abuse accusation. From there, he watches...... (Full plot summary below)

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Part nightmare, part fantasy, Ivul tells the tale of Alex, who bizarrely moves out onto the roof of his house and refuses to come down after a false abuse accusation. From there, he watches...

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Daily Telegraph (UK) - 10/10 by Sukhdev SandhuIt's a film about improvisation: the higgledy-piggledy, bruised-and-abraded, hopeful-but-haunted ways we come up with to stumble through life and around our loved ones.
Sight and Sound - 6/10 by Nick BradshawIvul is least interesting in its narrative impulse; it's more redolent as a tone poem of landscape, bodies and madness.
Time Out - 6/10 by Dave CalhounIt may lack some of the earthy kick of his previous two films, but Ivul still shows Kötting as an outsider force to be reckoned with.
ViewLondon - 6/10 by Matthew TurnerUnusual and unsettling, this is a frequently intriguing film with strong performances and distinctive direction, though the frustrating lack of focus in the story means that it lacks emotional impact.
Empire Magazine - 4/10 by Ian FreerAlthough Andrew Kötting's film has the potential for something great it seems that over -thinking and too much focus on style has taken away from the content and unfortunately will not be everybody's cup of tea.
Radio Times - 4/10 by Sloan FreerWhile the movie's themes are full of potential, their dull and superficial execution makes it difficult to stay focused.
User Review - 6/10 by Mike MAn extension of that childhood game - referenced in the opening compilation of archive pastimes - in which players strive to keep themselves off the ground by whatever means for as long as possible: the type of pursuit that can manifest itself in latter life as a penchant for free running. It's certainly a fully physical performance from young Auzanneau, who uses the narrative framework as an opportunity for his own personal, eco-friendly highwire act: part Philippe Petit, part Swampy. In a week without an obvious blockbuster, "Ivul" might be as close as the cinema comes to an action movie, Kotting's camera zooming in whenever it looks as though Alex's feet might touch la terre... Kotting, of course, is not the only British filmmaker to have obliquely dramatised their state of exile: the heroine of Peter Strickland's "Katalin Varga" was harried and harassed, cast out into an untenable position. Up until its last-reel inferno, though - Kotting turning the screen over to hellfire - this bizarro, highly textured effort makes going off the map look really rather fun.
User Review - 4/10 by Jaime DThe film over indulges in a montage of unnecessary shots as the directors strives to prove his artistic credentials at the expense of narrative. There is so much fat that could be trimmed here and I prefer a leaner style of film making.

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