SUNDANCE REVIEW: Debuting Director Brendan Fletcher’s 'Mad Bastards' Shapes Textured Relationships Within a Vividly Drawn Milieu
A stirring sense of a place and its people ripples through this moving story of men trying to take responsibility for their damaged and damaging lives.
PARK CITY – Like last year’s Sundance discovery from Australia, Animal Kingdom, debuting director Brendan Fletcher’s Mad Bastards shapes textured relationships within a vividly drawn milieu, swapping an inner-city crime family for an Aboriginal community in the remote North-West.
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