BLOOD CELLS

a film by Luke Seomore and Joseph Bull

MEDIA ENQUIRIES: Zena Howard / zena@projectzah.co.uk / +44 (0) 7989 441 293

 
 


REVIEWS

 

‘HEARTFELT AND AMBITIOUS ... CONFIRMS ITS DIRECTORS AS NAMES TO WATCH OUR FOR.’

—Xan Brooks, The Guardian


4/5 STARS. ‘COMPELLING ... FILLED WITH LYRICAL TRUTH AND EMOTION.'

—Damon Wise, Empire


‘AN IMPRESSIVE DEBUT ... A PERFORMANCE FROM ACTRESS AND PLAYWRIGHT HAYLEY SQUIRES THAT WILL PUT HER ATOP EVERY CASTING DIRECTOR'S LIST.’

—Cath Clarke, Time Out


BLOOD CELLS IS A STRIKINGLY HAUNTING FILM ... OFFERS A NEW VOICE ON THE BRITISH FILM LANDSCAPE.’

—Mark Adams, Screen International


BLOOD CELLS SLOWLY RAISES AN EMOTIONAL RESPONSE IN YOU, LIKE MERCURY RISING IN A THERMOMETER.’

—Thomas Humphrey, Cineuropa


‘VISUALLY SENSUOUS ... THE PERFORMANCES ARE OF THE HIGHEST QUALITY.’

—Richard Corliss, Time Magazine


‘THE SURPRISE GEM OF VENICE ... RIGHTLY HAILED AS A DISTINCTIVE NEW VOICE IN BRITISH FILM.’

— AnOther Magazine


'A THRILLING CINEMATIC EXPERIENCE.'
— Dazed and Confused


'.... MOVES INTO A DISTINCT BRACKET BLENDING SOCIAL COMMENT WITH SUBTLE SYMBOLISM ... THIS PLACES IT IN A CATEGORY WHERE IT EVOKES ECHOES OF THE POLISH MASTER OF MINIMALISM KRZYSZTOF KIESLOWSKI.'

— Katy Harrington, The Irish Post


'A DEEPLY AFFECTING AND RICHLY TEXTURED DRAMA.'

— Filmuforia


4/5 STARS. 'RIDICULOUSLY ACCOMPLISHED ... GORGEOUSLY TOLD ... IT SIGNALS THE ARRIVAL OF FUTURE FILMMAKING HEAVYWEIGHTS.'

Kevin Maher, The Times


'... FEELS MORE INTERESTED IN THE STRANGE TEXTURES OF EVERYDAY LIFE AND PSYCHOLOGICAL NUANCE ... IT OFTEN DOESN'T FEEL LIKE A BRITISH FILM, AND THAT'S MEANT TO BE A COMPLIMENT.'

Leslie Felperin, The Guardian


4/5 STARS. 'THERE'S AN INEFFABLE BEAUTY TO THIS STYLISTIC ENDEAVOUR THAT MAKES FOR AN ABSORBING, COMPELLING TALE.'

Stefan Pape, Heyuguys


'THIS IS A REALLY BEAUTIFUL FILM.'

Hannah McGill, Front Row (BBC Radio 4)