The titular Shepherd does indeed save the day, and the entire film, which features a muzzled and surface level script that would make a great entry point for younger audiences beginning to learn about the treatment of Jews in World War Two.
An impressive low key debut for Simon Bird in the director's chair, Days of the Bagnold Summer is a quaint and charming story, told especially well through the spirited performances of Earl Cave and Monica Dolan.
A well-intentioned documentary that succeeds as a surface-level reaction to the dangers of social media. It may alter the behavior of some for the better, which is a good enough reason to recommend it, however, it's clear that the problems tech provide are vastly more complex than Screened Out lets on.
With a searing debut that respects the pictures which made it possible all the while showcasing a signature approach, Luz signals a potent and alluring new vessel for modern horror in the form of Tilman Singer.