The Other Lamb

critic Reviews

76% Fresh Tomatometer Score76%
  • Rotten Tomatometer Score
    Dennis HarveyVariety
    After a while, all these visual poetics start to feel like a pretentious means of suggesting enigmatic depth where there really is none.
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    Deborah YoungHollywood Reporter
    Malgorzata's command of her medium makes the film a pleasure to watch...
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    Josh Slater-WilliamsSciFiNow
    While The Other Lamb still has piercing scenes, its story path with Selah is a lot more familiar.
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    Kevin WightThe Wee Review
    For all its blunt force poetic sense it's a consistently beautiful, engrossing film.
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    Mina TaklaAwardsWatch
    THE OTHER LAMB is an undeniable visual feast for the senses, and a celebration of atmospheric storytelling that may have sacrificed chunks of dialogue but never lost sight on its desired impact.
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    Alexandra Heller-NicholasAWFJ Women on Film
    An impressive English-language debut for one of Poland's most compelling contemporary filmmakers, The Other Lamb is engrossing, thoughtful and unhesitating in its ideological messaging.
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    Ciara CreedonFilm Ireland Magazine
    An enjoyable and thought-provoking watch.
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    Amber WilkinsonEye for Film
    Szumowska fills her film with turbulence, from the physical maelstrom of a waterfall seen at the start of the film to the often macabre visions experienced by Selah...
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    Anya StanleyDread Central
    Regardless of which hearts it strikes, The Other Lam''s aim is true and its voice necessary.
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    Audrey FoxCulturess
    Visually dynamic and full of rage, The Other Lamb uses an all-female cult as a backdrop for a profoundly affecting coming-of-age story.
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