THE GUARDIAN ★★★★ “Utterly enthralling”




“This unflinching portrait of the prog rock band is like an episode of The Office but with huge drum kits, grizzled roadies and rapturous fans” THE GUARDIAN

“It’s about the burden of dreams and the misery of making art. It’s very accessible, very moving, and very funny” MARK KERMODE

“By turns comical and melancholy, it may be the most revealing film about working life in a band since Spinal Tap.” THE TELEGRAPH

“Doc about a Prog-Rock Perfectionist Is Nearly Perfect Itself. About as good as Rock documentaries get.” VARIETY

“The film is angular and abrasive, exacting and playful, extremely funny and achingly melancholy.” THE OBSERVER

“A quietly fascinating film about lingering wounds and unresolved tensions, both creative and personal” 7/10 Classic Rock

UNCUT – 9/10 “Revelatory”

“Illuminating. A fascinating look at both a venerable institution, the dynamics of working as a multi-limbed unit that’s ruled by a single iron fist, and what it takes to play this type of music.” ROLLING STONE

“A compelling insight into the tetchy men of prog rock. Their dedication to music is a joy, the persistence of Toby Amies ranks alongside Nick Broomfield. Even if you go in knowing next to nothing about King Crimson, you will leave feeling like lifelong enthusiasts. BBC RADIO SCOTLAND / RADIO TIMES, Siobhan Synnot


“Wonderful film. An intimate portrait of Letizia Battaglia, an exceptional woman,

whose photography of the chaos sown by the Mafia helped bring change to Sicily.”

Los Angeles Times

“A compelling and moving documentary ”

Screen International

“Longinotto’s tribute to Battaglia is engaging and inspiring”

 The Playlist

“Some of the most arresting documentary work of the past few decades.”

Little White Lies

“A lavish in-depth love letter to Italian photographer and activist Letizia Battaglia… She is always

charming and inspirational, living as a strong, independent woman in a crushing patriarchy.”

Film Threat

I have never seen a film that succeeded more completely in stripping the romantic and mythic aura from organised crime

Film Comment

Chasing Dad



“Incredible and urgent” – Sight and Sound

“Intensely moving…a real-world version of movie-star magnetism” – Variety

“It deserves all the respect and praise” – The Hollywood Reporter

“Raw, powerful and downright inspirational” – IndieWire

Love Is all

The Observer