Glowing reviews for “Innocence of Memories” in the Guardian

Opening to great acclaim at the 72nd Venice Film Festival last Monday, Grant Gee’s sumptuous feature documentary essay “Innocence of Memories” has claimed further accolades in its first write up in the Guardian. Described as a “literary travelogue”, Grant’s work is praised for its cerebral content, bold experimentation and original visual style. In Guardian writer Andrew Pulver’s own words:

“…this is a mesmerising film, richly textured and nuanced. With it, Gee has some claim to have joined British film-making’s premier league.” – The Guardian

You can read the full article here, and watch a short trailer.

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