“knockout performances … an enigmatic tale of sorrow and vengeance” – The Hollywood Reporter [read review]

“4 stars … a brooding, lyrical revenge thriller” – The Age (Craig Mathieson) [read review]

“10/10 … Fell is not only the finest Australian film to be produced in many years, but simply one of the finest films ReelGood has had the pleasure of encountering in a very long time” – ReelGood (John Roebuck) [read review]

“an elemental story that takes unexpected turns, a quietly unpredictable vision of transformation” – The Age (Philippa Hawker) [read review]

“Fell is brilliant and as good as any Australian film in recent memory” – Four Three Film [read review]

“Outstanding portrait of life and death” – Screen Daily [read review]

“A stylistically bold drama” – Sydney Morning Herald [read review]

“4.5/5 … Fell takes you on an unexpected journey that’ll keep you hooked until the very end” – Cinema Australia (Matthew Eeles) [read review]

“flawlessly executed by serious Australian talent” – Sydney University [read review]

“one of the best Australian films in decades, and a tour de force” – Novastream [read review]

“Fell introduces an electrifying Australian directorial voice in Burgess” – Graffiti With Punctuation [read review]

“A stunning debut by Australian director Kasimir Burgess, Fell is an entrancing and enigmatic drama – a dreamlike, visually resplendent tale of nature, revenge and redemption” – Sydney Film Festival

“4.5 STARS … truly accomplished cinematography and some truly outstanding visual moments … Burgess & Dean’s frames are astonishingly delicate in composition, but they are more than just aesthetic: every single frame donates to the narrative and each shot holds meaning” – Australian Cinematographer Magazine

“The restrained way debut feature director Kasimir Burgess ratchets up the tension gives this film a quiet and devastating power” – The Scotsman [read review]

“Riveting and loss-haunted.” – Night Discourse [read review]

“[an] intoxicating first feature that will, no doubt, delight arthouse audiences and lovers of the thriller genre.” – Filmuforia [read review]