[BUFF Review] ‘Nitram’ Review — A shocking, elegantly-told Aussie drama

A review of the new film, on VOD now

In director Justin Kurzel’s new film Nitram, Caleb Landry Jones plays a very lonely young man. He seems to have some sort of mental impairment, or at the very least a severe mood disorder, which entitles him to a pension from the government. He still lives with his parents (Judy

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