Samson and Delilah 

Current Movie Reviews

“…An engrossing and touching snapshot of an Australia too often left on the cutting-room floor.”
- Russell Edwards, Variety

“…A film that says something heartening about the power of sticking together.”- Neil Genzlinger, The New York Times

“… The spiritual here is every bit as powerful as the physical.” – Andrew Schenker, Village Voice

“****! STELLAR. Aussie cinema has indeed discovered its next great voice.”—David Fear,Time Out New York

“…Another impressive notch in Australian cinema’s latest eruption onto the world stage.” – Eric Kohn, IndieWIRE

“Samson & Delilah, is a necessary and original film… “ – Caitlin Bahrey, The L Magazine

“A- …Viewers may not realize how far they’ve been pulled in until the movie ends, and they might feel a sense of loss that it can’t keep going just a little while longer…” – Sam Adams , The Onion AV Club

“Critics’ Pick… quietly lyrical yet mesmerizingly bleak look at life on the fringes of Australian society…” - New York Magazine

“Spare and beautiful, Samson & Delilah gives viewers a peephole into two characters’ struggle in a corner of the earth not visited enough on film…” – Sarah Sluis, Film Journal International

“Samson & Delilah is a poetic, tender and unflinchingly real love story. Its powerful visuals, music and raw, captivating performances will leave you feeling deeply moved.” – Avi Offer , NYC  Movie Guru

“…One of the few films that has been made by an Australian aboriginal and as such compels the attention of anyone concerned with native rights…” -Louis Proyect, The Unrepentant Marxist

“Samson & Delilah is, in my opinion, the BEST (some would say the first) Australian film yet made”
-Bob Ellis, Encore

“A tender, realistic love story and a lyrical piece of visual art.”
- Michael Adams, Empire

“One of the BRAVEST Australian films I’ve ever seen.  I can’t wait to see it again.”
- Jim Schembri, The Age

“…One of the most wonderful films this country has ever produced.”
-At The Movies, ABC TV

“…the Australian film that takes every cliche you hate about Australian film and manages to turn them into something UTTERLY BRILLIANT”
- Ain’t It Cool News

“Samson & Delilah is an ORIGINAL”
-Louise Keller, Urban Cinfile

“Attending the film’s hometown premiere… and watching the crowd fall under the film’s spell, was an UNFORGETTABLE experience for me”
- Des Partridge, The Courier Mail

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