One shot principal feature.
In a single afternoon a man comes to grips with the power of his past when his estranged family becomes tangled in his web.
One of my favourite elements of a good movie is its ability to hook you right from the start. The range of emotion and expression in the first few minutes of “Watch the Sunset” grips you from the get-go, and from the first scene you ready to watch the entire movie.
“Watch the Sunset,” is a cold-hearted story of a warm-hearted man who leaves an oppressive lifestyle of ruthless debauchery, only to be cast back into it and must force his way out.
- ★★★★“A captivating, perfectly-executed piece of cinema.” – Cinema Australia
Stanley Kubrick once said that if it can be written, or thought, it can be filmed. Watch The Sunset is a testament to the master’s words.
It’s a captivating, perfectly-executed piece of ambitious, experimental cinema. It’s a technical marvel which will inspire, while its hardcore narrative will shake you to your core.
- “One thing is for sure, this is a film that will stay with you long after you leave the cinema. Barr and Gosden have created an original masterpiece, one that’s sure to endure.” – Scoop.com
- ★★★★1/2 “Watch The Sunset, is a riveting experimental film that grips with immense power, a transfixing visual and auditory experience that will challenge you in remarkable ways.” – That Moment In
- ★★★★ the film portrays such sensational expression and genuine emotion, we feel as though we are there, wielding a gun and breaking down the doors in order to save those we love.” –Irish Film Critic