«Markus Schleinzers supremely assured second feature is, in its own way, as profoundly uncomfortable as his 2011 debut, Michael; (...) Inspired by the life of Viennese Court Moor Angelo Soliman, Angelo is a mesmerising portrait of a man of quiet dignity whose very humanity is denied by those around.»
...the elegance of this picture, the thing that elevates it to a genuinely arresting arthouse
must-watch, comes with the unexpected, unshowy introduction of contemporary elements into
two key scenes.
Wendy Ide, Screen International
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