“The filmmakers are determined to sound a WAKE-UP SIREN, and they BLAST it with extra strength”
- THE NEW YORK TIMES
"The filmmakers are determined to sound a wake-up siren, and they blast it here with extra strength."
"Turns out Australia's national icon is one mightily maligned marsupial, as revealed by the eye-opening investigative documentary"
"Has the potential to help bring kangaroo welfare and management into much sharper focus in Australia and internationally."
"Kangaroo is a sobering depiction of how deep cultural divides affect the future of a species, even one so seemingly ubiquitous and resilient."
"Like The Cove or Blackfish, Kangaroo is a muckraking work that advocates a clear position for better management and treatment of Australia's kangaroos."
"This movie tells us to beware and to be afraid, lest these magnificent creatures go the way of the Dodo."
"One more of this planet's seemingly endless and frightful ecological dilemmas, presented with compassion and intelligence."
"A heartbreaking, deeply upsetting exposé of 'the largest wildlife slaughter anywhere in the world"
"Though a brutal watch, I recommend Kangaroo. In 99 minutes, it swiftly acquaints international audiences with the complexity of this issue."
"A solid production which takes on a big subject and acquits itself well."
"A cultural and historical exposition, shedding light on the fractured way in which Aussies see the animal"
"An eye-opening documentary that presents the true picture of killing, hunting and declining number of kangaroos in Australia"
"KANGAROO explores the complex and conflicting opinions around this unique marsupial that is at the center of the largest mass destruction of wildlife in the world."
"film with an urgent purpose: kangaroos are, according to their research, being submitted to the worst wildlife massacre in the world"
"What makes the film unique is the willingness of the directors to step foot into uncharted territory, and to launch conversations about taboo topics"
"Decades-old regulations on the culling of Australia’s iconic hopping marsupial — the kangaroo — has the country divided. The story is detailed in the stunning new film."
"A scarily immersive experience. Applause is in order for this real and honest documentary."
"A challenging look into a disturbing situation in Australia"
"Australians will be shocked to learn how their beloved national emblem is being sold as pet food, sausages and football boots."
"KANGAROO: A Love-Hate Story reveals the truth surrounding Australia's love-hate relationship with its beloved icon"
"A stirring documentary that grabs the attention of the audience and is relentless in its mission."
January 18, 2018: Jeremy Hobson’s interview with Mick McIntyre and Kate McIntyre Clere
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"As the makers have toiled to present all the possible angles, it offers a good picture of all that happens in this far-away continent of the world."
"Kangaroo is a documentary you'll want to share with everyone you know."
"Watching the film, you are continually torn between having your heart race as you see these magical marsupials in action and broken."
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