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Departure

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When a marriage deteriorates, an English family prepares to sell its holiday home in France. Matters only become more complicated when an enigmatic local boy enters their lives.
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Radio Times
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May 19, 2016

[A] sincere, if overly familiar tale of adolescent self-obsession and sexual confusion.
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Hot Press
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June 02, 2016

While theatre director Andrew Steggall's debut feature is beautifully shot, and the landscapes of southern France accentuate the elegiac tone, the drama is overwrought at times.
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Sunday Independent (Ireland)
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May 23, 2016

A little languorous in places, it's nonetheless an interesting reflection on love, loss and being honest, above all with yourself. It also looks lovely thanks to DoP Brian Fawcett.
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Film Inquiry
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March 12, 2017

Ultimately, Departure doesn't do anything that hasn't been done before, and what it does do isn't enough for us to overlook that.
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Daily Express (UK)
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May 22, 2016

Delicately handled and beautifully filmed Departure also boasts two deeply felt performances with Juliet Stevenson making the most of an all-too-rare leading role.
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Little White Lies
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May 19, 2016

Simply very moving.
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HeyUGuys
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May 18, 2016

Steggall must be commended for avoiding any sense of overt theatricalities, which is quite the achievement given the content of the narrative.
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Empire Magazine
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May 19, 2016

A sensitive, sensual and occasionally amusing portrait of teenaged obsession with a winning turn from Lawther.
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Guardian
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May 19, 2016

The dynamics are given plenty of time to play out in this delicate, somewhat laboured character drama, which could almost be seen as a hymn to the great British art of not really talking about stuff.
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Eye for Film
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August 07, 2016

This is water colour territory, the palette dominated by blues and greens - beautifully captured by up-and-coming DoP Brian Fawcett - Jools Scott's music subtly affecting and the mood as melancholy as rain running down a window pane.
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Observer (UK)
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May 22, 2016

Finbar Lynch is affectingly spiky as the all-but-absent husband whose presence feels more like a void, but Stevenson steals the show as the woman on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
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