Empire Magazine describes APOSTASY as a startling and bold feature debut

Movies can feel most miraculous when you have no idea how the hell they got made and it’s hard to imagine the pitch for Apostasy immediately sending suits scrambling for the signature of writer/director Daniel Kokotajlo. Yet this intimate drama — about a mother and daughters bickering with each other, battling and being beguiled by faith — is one of the most assured and compelling British films in years. Don’t be put off by the subject matter or the title (which does seem designed to repel audiences), because although it hints at how Apostasy immerses you in the jargon of Jehovah’s Witnesses, it belies the clarity and accessibility of the storytelling here. Read the full review.

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