Under Milk Wood
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An unique one-off collage of famous voices and faces, inter-cut with evocative imagery inspired by the play of the same name. Broadcast to celebrate the centenary year of the birth of the poet Dylan Thomas.... (Full plot summary below)

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An unique one-off collage of famous voices and faces, inter-cut with evocative imagery inspired by the play of the same name. Broadcast to celebrate the centenary year of the birth of the poet Dylan Thomas.

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Total Film - 10/10 by Jamie GrahamFull of shivers and subtext, this is scarily good. One of the films – horror or otherwise – of the year.
RogerEbert.com - 10/10 by Sheila O'MalleyUnder the Shadow, a Farsi-language debut feature written and directed by Babak Anvari, creates a world where reality itself is suspect. In a year filled with great first features, add Under the Shadow to the list.
Los Angeles Times - 10/10 by Noel MurrayThe movie is first fascinating, then terrifying.
CineVue - 10/10 by Martyn ConterioUnder the Shadow is not only perfectly paced, the storytelling and plotting is emotionally gripping. The director also uses setting and location, composition and framing like a master of horror.
Empire - 10/10 by Kim NewmanA quality ghost story with an unusual backdrop and great performances.
The Hollywood Reporter - 9/10 by David RooneyAnvari deftly builds and sustains tension throughout, crafting a horror movie that respects genre conventions...while firmly establishing its own distinctive identity.
Consequence of Sound - 9/10 by Michael RoffmanThe Iranian filmmaker wisely uses the genre to work through themes of oppression, rebellion, and femininity without ever politicizing the film. This is prestige horror, the kind with tricks and treats that arrive with purpose and linger for years.
IndieWire - 9/10 by Eric KohnUnder the Shadow smartly observes the emotions stirred up by a world defined by restrictions, and the terrifying possibility that they might be inescapable.
Slant Magazine - 8/10 by Elise NakhnikianThe film's horror is spookily and movingly expressive of the tenuous position of women in 1980s Iran.
The A.V. Club - 8/10 by A.A. DowdThere’s still something exciting about seeing familiar tropes placed in an unfamiliar context — in this case, a nation ravaged by violent conflict and stifled by fundamentalist law.

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