16 Years Till Summer (Lou McLoughlan, 2015) – FILM REVIEW

A soft-spoken documentary about a man who, after spending 16 years in prison, returns to take care of his dying father and attempts to lead a normal life. It’s not a terribly exciting watch but this mostly introspective documentary is beautifully enriched by the setting of the Scottish countryside, which reflects its energy and lends it solemnity. ⭐⭐⭐

16 Years Till Summer // Director: Lou McLoughlan // Documentary // 2015 // Iceland, UK

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I'm an international journalist, reporter, website editor and content creator. I actively work for JAZZIZ Magazine and FRED Film Radio, collaborate with other websites and curate my own projects, including IN ARTE MATT and CineCola. I have also curated and produced my series of films in Galway, Ireland, and photo exhibition and arts events in various European countries. I have a working class background and have and have a postgrad degree in Film Theory + a BA in Film & TV.

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