Top News

Tiff Review: Restless

Give Amos Kollek’s Restless this much: it may be the most aptly titled film at the Toronto International Film Festival, inspiring more than one viewer to furtively check their watch. Restless aims to be the sort of big, important film that thrives on the festival circuit, the sort of film with limited theatrical prospects that nevertheless deserves support because it addresses important issues. And Kollek has a history of producing exactly that sort of film, winning awards around the globe for his earlier work, but this time out it just feels as though he is trying far too hard and the film ends up crippled by a clumsy script and far too many mediocre performances.

See full article on Screen Anarchy