'Catch Me Daddy: GFF15' [film review excerpt]

Catch Me Daddy is the hugely impressive debut feature from director Daniel Wolfe. At a Q&A at the recent Glasgow Film Festival, screening he described it as a modern take on the western genre.

There is a fine use of music to inform the ramping up of tension. There are a couple of scenes where the scenes are underpinned with long single note electronics. Very effective in conveying the eeriness of the surroundings.

Overall, a superb debut feature that keeps you gripped and engaged for the entire film. Highly recommended.

Friday 20 February 2015

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