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Canopy

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Wartime, 1942. Singapore. An Australian fighter pilot shot down in combat awakens suspended in the treetops. As night devours day, he must navigate through dangerous jungle in search of sanctuary. Transcending language and culture, CANOPY is a cinematic tour de force exploring the collision of war, nature and its impact on humanity.
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The Dissolve
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August 27, 2014

A humble hybrid between The Thin Red Line and Gravity, Canopy embraces the challenge of making a low-budget World War II film, distilling Australia's involvement in the Pacific Theater into the plight of one unfortunate paratrooper.
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Film Comment Magazine
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September 15, 2014

In many ways, Canopy is closer to a fairy tale than a war film, its soldier like a hero on a perilous, mystical journey through a primordial forest, with a sort of pre-linguistic logic guiding the action.
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Hollywood Reporter
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August 28, 2014

This is a film that eschews epic battle scenes and carnage to delve into the quieter, no less terrifying, moments of waiting and watching.
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New York Theatre Wire
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August 13, 2014

"Canopy" begins in stillness, ends in muteness, and in between seldom a word will be uttered. . . . All in all, the screenplay offers up two perfect roles for actors with poor memory recall.
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Variety
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August 28, 2014

To the suddenly white-hot adventure subgenre of one or two souls alone against nature... add the more modestly scaled but no less absorbing wartime survival adventure "Canopy."
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Epoch Times
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May 24, 2016

Canopy violates nearly every war movie convention, yet it better represents the realities of combat than most of its forerunners.
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Los Angeles Times
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September 11, 2014

A brave experiment in stripped-down, visceral filmmaking, writer-director Aaron Wilson's World War II drama "Canopy" is ultimately upended by its minimalist conceit.
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Glenn Dunks
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September 01, 2014

Canopy is a movie rich of its own world, an 80-minute work of filmmaking that rises above mere war or survival films and becomes something unique.
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Village Voice
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August 27, 2014

Much like his fly-boyflyboy underdog in the opening sequence, Wilson simply can't stick the landing.
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Movie Mezzanine
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August 30, 2014

Canopy is a work of minimal, expressionistic storytelling whose unconventional dramatic beats inject fresh blood in a tired genre.
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New York Times
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August 28, 2014

While not much is said in the Australian director Aaron Wilson's small-scale first feature, "Canopy," the film conveys volumes about war and humanity.
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The Film Stage
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June 27, 2016

Canopy's an exercise in mankind's implicit ability to trust, share, and protect as strength.
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