When trader Rory O’Hara and his wife, Allison and their two kids pull up stakes and move from America to an old house in Rory’s native England, the family slowly begins to implode
‘The Nest is a complex movie, despite its economical size. At initial glance, it is mostly just the story of a family moving, sort of for Dad’s job, and not finding what they like in their new environment… But what Durkin does so smartly… is fill the picture with a creeping atmosphere that implies deeper, danker things beyond what we’re seeing in literal form… Durkin’s film [is] one of the best of this year.’—Richard Lawson, Vanity Fair
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