The directorial debut from Daniel Kaluuya is a human-focused sci-fi dystopia that examines what happens when people are pushed to the limit. (No spoilers)
Life in the Kitchen
Not Your Average Dystopia Film
Baseline Score: 7/10
Bonuses: The cinematography is stellar. The characters are believable and human. Football fans will go gaga over Ian Wright as the charismatic DJ, the Lord Kitchener.
Penalties: It's an extremely slow movie, but if you give it the time to breathe, it's rewarding.
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