Review Round-Up Part VI: None of the Original Cast Are In This

We’re so amazed and thrilled that so many reviewers have taken the time to write about “A Dozen Summers”.  Which is why we keep sharing them with you. Also, who needs sleep?

David Parkinson, The Oxford Times:

“One of the best British kidpix since the heyday of the Children’s Film Foundation.”

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Naman Ramachandran, Cineuropa:

“Rarely in cinema has any film given such insight into the complex world inhabited by children from a children’s point of view.”

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Stephen Mayne, The London Economic:

“Exciting, original filmmaking”

Laura Kemp, Live Review:

“A great movie to take the kids to see in the summer holidays”

Hamish Calvert, HC Movie Reviews:

“A fun family movie that has been made impressively”

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Liam Hoofe, HeyUGuys:

“A sweet natured and often charming film”

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Loz Etheridge, God Is In The TV:

“A warmth and charm all of its own”

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James Forbes, Third Act Film:

“Feel 12 years old again and watch ‘A Dozen Summers’”

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Tim Wilson, Birmingham Favourites:

“Indie teen comedy with a subversive and charming heart.”

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Cleaver Patterson, The Big Picture:

“This film goes back to what children’s filmmaking used to be all about – fun, with a message.”