Review: Sarah

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Sarah, directed by Peter Riddihough, is an abstract portrait of a young woman experiencing homelessness in Hamilton, Ontario.

The film works beautifully. Riddihough paints a raw, harsh reality of Sarah’s situation, and we get narration that further defines how Sarah perceives the world, and it feels like we’re with her on the journey. 

Sarah easily finds emotional connection with the audience. The lead actress, Kit Simmons, who is the film’s emotional core, has immense range and vulnerability.

This one is a must see.

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Alvin Tsang

Film Reviewer

In his youth Alvin loved watching movies and would find himself spending his lunch money and allowance at the box office. He loved the Matrix and the X-Men films, and somewhere along the way, he discovered a love for horror movies — HereditaryMidsommar and Mother! being his favourites. He now holds a professional writing diploma, a couple of journalism degrees, and likes to spend his free time reviewing movies on IMDB and for various magazines. @alvinwct