“…Andy Morahan’s fabulous comedy adventure ‘Boogie Man’… hits a fast-paced stride. Following 17 year-old Phavan through an excavation of grief and familial resentment. It’s warm, funny, and manages to tackle important ideas of tradition and integration for Indian families in today’s London.
Perhaps surprisingly, the film’s most natural performance was that [of] JLS’s Aston Merrygold. It does awkward British adolescence well and never loses its rhythm. I look forward to seeing how a wider audience responds to the film.”