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Luna is a tonal car-crash, a miscegenation of art-school pretension and countrified Boden midlife crises to a bizarre soundtrack of Spanish guitar.
It's a film with no interiors, in actual fact, as everything it's attempting to say bubbles forcefully on the surface.
The drama assumes the look of lumpy, anglicised Bergman, as though this personal, potentially meaningful material simply hasn't been processed in the passage from soul to screen.
A meditation on grief and parenthood, it has some shaky moments, but their memory is largely erased by beautiful, spectral flights of fancy and a thoughtful and inventive treatment of fairly brooding subject matter.
Ultimately, this audacious mix of genres compensates for the conventional drama's shortcomings, and Kirwan is especially good as the broken, clenched Christine.
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