THE GREENHOUSE – Review by Alexandra Heller-Nicholas (Nightstream Fest)

Sometimes science fiction runs at you straight out of the gate, grabbing you by the throat with all the bells and whistles of its familiar iconography: spaceships! Nuclear monsters! Ray guns! And sometimes, those elements are so low-key that it is almost easy to miss that a film falls under the science fiction umbrella at all. It is in this second category that we find the melancholy reflection of grief, love, loss and letting go, The Greenhouse. A beautiful meditation on life, love, family and the fear of opening ourselves up to unknown futures, The Greenhouse is a confident, quiet treasure.

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