“Davies communicates the theatrical feel of the story (...) with his usual recourse to lights and shadows, giving the mise-en-scène a honeyed, timeless hue”.
E. Rodríguez Marchante, ABC
“Love in all its rawness, without ornament, alleviation or artifice: what hurts and what causes suffering. The definitive nature of love”.
Daniel Roldán, EL CORREO
“It peers into corners of the human soul in silence, passing over stony ground”.
Mikel G. Gurpegui, DIARIO VASCO
“With The Deep Blue Sea, Davies offers up another excellent film made in his unique style”.
Ricardo Aldarondo, DIARIO VASCO
“The screen is infused with the closest thing to the truth (in abstraction) that we have seen at this festival. This film is like a wounded animal”.
L.M., EL MUNDO
“If the most precious – and envied – gifts are beauty and intelligence, The Deep Blue Sea shows itself to be amply blessed with both; yesterday it rose up above everything else shown here at San Sebastian, perhaps above everything else made over the last few years, and is on the point of receiving the first cries of ‘bravo!’ from the public here at the Kursaal”.
P. Vallín, LA VANGUARDIA
“Davies creates temporal cracks, introduces an ellipsis, folds time in on itself and gives a master-class in dense, powerful cinema”.
Juan Zapater, NOTÍCIAS DE GIPUZKOA