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Catch Me Daddy

Thriller . Drama

Laila, a girl on the run from her family is hiding out in West Yorkshire with her drifter boyfriend Aaron. When her brother arrives in town with a gang of thugs in tow, she is forced to flee for her life and faces her darkest night.

Actors: Sameena Jabeen Ahmed , Gary Lewis , Connor McCarron , Barry Nunney , Adrian Hussain , Anwar Hussain , Ali Ahmad , Shoby Kaman , Kate Dickie , Conor McCarron
Directors: Daniel Wolfe
Country: UK
Release: 2015-02-27
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  • Robbie Collin

    In this wildly promising debut feature from the 36-year-old British filmmaker Daniel Wolfe, the landscape becomes a kind of holy sanctuary for two young lovers fleeing a murderous plot.

    The Telegraph Full Review
  • Patrick Gamble

    Despite falling into the occasional genre trap, every step of Catch Me Daddy points to a pair of filmmakers unafraid to make brave and interesting choices.

    CineVue Full Review
  • Dave Calhoun

    Catch Me Daddy feels authentic and informed, but wears its research lightly and prefers to thrust us into the atmosphere of the moment rather than offer too much background or tie things up neatly.

    Time Out London Full Review
  • Kevin Harley

    Blending the mythical resonances of The Searchers with lyricism and bristly realism, Wolfe’s harrowing, haunting dispatch from Brit-cinema’s undergrowth is strong meat: emphatic evidence of a bold talent’s arrival.

    Total Film Full Review
  • Nev Pierce

    A bold and uncompromising debut feature from a bright new directing team. There’s a question over whether it justifies its own misery, but if you care about homegrown cinema then you have to see it.

    Empire Full Review
  • Oliver Lyttelton

    It's an ambitious attempt to meld the kind of social realism that made the names of Andrea Arnold and Clio Barnard with a stripped-down genre thriller, an attempt that's only moderately successful, though it suggests Wolfe is a filmmaker of real promise.

    The Playlist Full Review
  • Stephen Dalton

    Over the long haul, the Wolfe brother never quite provide enough psychological and emotional ballast to flesh out their complex, conflicted characters. But these are minor flaws in an otherwise confident, gripping, highly charged debut.

    The Hollywood Reporter Full Review
  • Charles Gant

    Although the film is never less than gripping, the story beats of the chase rely on a number of coincidental encounters, while the abundance of main characters and their unpredictable natures can make them seem a bit light on psychological investigation.

    Variety Full Review
  • Peter Bradshaw

    Opinions will divide as to the film's final moments: some may find it all too much, and the film does not quite digest everything it wants to encompass. But there an energy and boldness in the debut work from Daniel Wolfe.

    The Guardian Full Review
  • Clayton Dillard

    The film plods from one gruesome moment to the next, as if its mere aversion to optimism constitutes a philosophy.

    Slant Magazine Full Review
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