“Higgins' excellent film constantly dangles redemption in front of our faces, begging us to imagine a better world.” -IndieWire
“Julian Higgins' auspicious feature debut employs genre violence to make social revolution explosively real.” -Toronto Star
“A nuanced take on white and male supremacy.” -Little White Lies
“A film that understands both form and content, merging the two in a story that feels less like a piece of suspenseful entertainment and more like a warning.” - RogerEbert.com
“A disturbing, unusually class-and-race-conscious modern Western.” - Deadline
A startling inversion of the Western, 'God’s Country,' directed by Julian Higgins, stars Thandie Newton as Cassandra, a college professor in the mountainous West who finds herself plunged unwillingly into a tense situation with local hunters. The tale sneaks up on the audience, never quite letting ...