This Kiwi gem tackles mental illness and homelessness in a display of cinematic brilliance... Go and see it, because films like this come around once in a blue moon. 

Five stars

New Zealand Women's Weekly

Auckland

Call it One Flew Over the Kiwi's Nest... There's a remarkable sense of place and emotional power, in a moving, original movie that needs to be seen.

Four stars

Empire Magazine

London

The movie encompasses a wide emotional range, taking in Ealing-esque comedy, social comment and spiritual speculation, and is funny, heart-warming and tear-jerking by turns… Some have dubbed the film ‘One Flew Over the Kiwi’s Nest’. 8/10

Fortean Times

London

4/5 stars “an irresistably winning mix of pathos, humour, and something close to wonder”

 

NZ Herald

Auckland

Great story… hilarious… delightful romp through a character-filled world

Waikato Times

Hamilton

4/5 stars – “strong lead performances”

Herald on Sunday

Auckland

If you only get out to one film this year, don’t miss this richly imaginative and complex film.

Tui Motu

Dunedin

The Insatiable Moon is the kind of film that you may find yourself discussing long after it has finished... There’s certainly enough in this film to sustain multiple viewings.

Golden Bay Weekly

Takaka

This New Zealand film should become one of our cinematic treasures.

NZ UK News

London

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