CLIMATE OF THE HUNTER – Review by Brandy McDonnell

Like most of Reece’s movies, Climate of the Hunter mostly consists of people talking in rooms, but, as usual, the characters are so intriguing, the conversations are so memorable – and strongly spiked with twisted, deadpan humor – and the visuals are so unexpectedly striking that the movie holds the viewer in a peculiar thrall. And it keeps you guessing for the entire 90-minute run time.

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CLIMATE OF THE HUNTER – Review by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas

For the second year running, Oklahoma’s Mickey Reece – the so-called “Soderbergh of the Sticks” – has blasted audiences at Austin’s Fantastic Fest well and truly out of their seats with his extraordinary and wholly unique tales of the sophisticated emotional lives of older women and the people (family, lovers) who surround them.

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