A multi-award-winning experience of what it’s like to live in constant fear, from rookie Hungarian director László Nemes
Album Review: Various Artists - 'The Flowerpot Sessions'
Lacking the ambience folk so lovingly depends on
In fairness it’s not all ham-fisted facepalm – though tearstained by Treetop Flyers’ earnest wail, ‘It’s About Time’ has an easy rocking-chair repose, and while the tired-eyed bromides of Lissie’s ‘Oh Mississippi’ are more ‘Little Bo Peep’ than ‘Rust Never Sleeps’, they at least warm the cockles. A fair harvest from a sporadically likeable tractor-folk collective, but when shit comes to shovel you probably had to be there.
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