Excerpt: Slow West reminds us that nothing is as simple as black and white. Sometimes things are sepia-toned, but more often they are vibrantly colored, regardless of whether it’s something that will bring you joy or inevitably cause your death. First timer John Maclean shows us he can weave and tell a story like he’s been doing it for years. Slow West is not lethargic, but deliberately paced around the apologue it is constructing and deconstructing.
RATING: ★★★★★★★★★(9/10 stars)
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