FEATURE

«slyly profound and oddly entertaining»

Nobadi reveals itself to be a work both slyly profound and oddly entertaining, challenging assumptions right up until the final frame.
 
Nobadi rebukes a feel-good narrative in favour of something far harsher.
Redmond Bacon, Goomba Stomp


Nobadi‘s true pleasures—if I can use that word—are found in how carefully Markovics dances around (...) expectations before exploding his film well beyond its modern-day political framing.
 

His script may create stock characters, yet it sets them on a course that feels anything but.
 
Daniel Reynolds of BriefTake gives him 4/5 stars