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Flee review – remarkable refugee story told with heart and audacity

A thrilling documentary made with a blend of animation and archive footage tells an immensely powerful tale of a gay Afghan survivor

Ιn what’s proving to be a rather sub-par Sundance (an understandable blip given the unusual nature of this year’s virtual festival), it’s a genuine thrill to encounter a film as exciting and…

  • Benjamin Lee
  • The Guardian

Even in a traditional year, it’s the kind of audacious and uniquely told story that would have attendees excitedly buzzing around Park City, urging others to seek out, and despite the..

The true story at its centre is one that’s tailor-made for some form of cinema, a harrowing and…

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