The Independent (3/5) : 'The British film-maker Joanna Hogg appears to have made her specialist subject The Holiday From Hell'.
The Independent on Sunday ( posit ive) : 'Joanna Hogg's first film was about a repressed, middle-class family on an awful holiday. And her next film is more of the same – but it's an exquisite variation on the theme.'
Evening Standard (3/5) : 'Hogg, though a fine film-maker, doesn't always prevent us feeling that these people are not worth worrying about.'
The Daily Telegraph (4/5): 'No other British director is making films quite like this.'
Time Out (4/5): 'Archipelago confirms Hogg as a daring and mischievous artist, and a major British talent whose next move will be intriguing.'
Empire (3/5): 'A well-crafted affair elevated by terrific moments.'Reuse content