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Two men learn to confront a traumatic secret they share involving the savage murder of a schoolmate.
★★★★☆ | Read our full Wild Indian review
Corbine makes the most of his meagre budget, crafting a film that is evocative and tight, with barely a minute wasted.| Read in full: Wild Indian film review We Love Cinema
As played by Michael Greyeyes with a mixture of breathy-mouthed arrogance and abject vulnerability, corporate high-flyer Michael is a kind of First Nations version of Patrick Bateman.The Guardian
Although it has significant and poetic things to say about assimilation and violence, the film could use a bit more flesh.Sight and Sound
Greyeyes is deeply unnerving as a horror movie in human form, his flat voice and sinewy frame layering serial-killer stereotypes into the fabric of a man who sustains himself through constant suffocation.IndieWire