Keywords: #Francesca Varrie Michel #High Fantasy #High Fantasy #High Fantasy (2017) #High Fantasy (2017) #Jenna Cato Bass #Liza Scholtz #Nala Khumalo #Qondiswa James
Actors Of "High Fantasy"
Critics Of "High Fantasy"
Shadow and Act
September 21, 2017 High Fantasy's unassuming, yet piercing examination of race, class and gender embeds Bass firmly in the pantheon of an exciting new wave of South African filmmaking characterized by introspective directors who are digging deep.Read in Source
One Room With A View
August 25, 2018 High Fantasy has a great concept, but it's unfortunately poorly executed and often exhausting. It's frustrating to see a film this inventive and this willing to dive into these arguments lose itself along the way.Read in Source
September 28, 2017 High Fantasy is an inventive and entertaining South African feature that cleverly yokes heavy subject matter to an agile DIY aesthetic.Read in Source
September 14, 2017 "High Fantasy" is a movie for the woke set in 2017; it's about the exploration of the beliefs we espouse on the surface, art that bores beneath that surface to mine its characters' true feelings. It's therefore uncomfortable to watch, but that's natural.Read in Source
July 19, 2018 High Fantasy is an engaging film which makes good use of its short 71-minute runtime for a fast-paced yet very full narrative.Read in Source
September 10, 2017 A sometimes grating but earnest attempt to provoke "the conversation" about the world's inequalities.Read in Source
Eye for Film
March 20, 2018 High Fantasy is successful in highlighting that there are a major social issues South Africa still needs to deal with ... Sadly, it doesn't succeed in carrying that conversation very far itself.Read in Source
September 08, 2017 What first seems like a gimmicky no-budget project turns out to be an ingenious way to explore the issues of sex, race and gender that run deep in the South African character.Read in Source
September 26, 2017 It's hard to unpack any of those moments individually, but the strength of the film is that it's willing to push past the homilies we've all been taught about diversity and cooperation and focus on the messy politics and human feelings underneath.Read in Source
Country: United States
Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
Twelve years after the tragic death of their little girl, a dollmaker and his wife welcome a nun and several girls from a shuttered orphanage into ...