“Movement + Location is a gently paced, well-acted, and honest depiction of relationships and responsibility in modern-day Brooklyn.”

– Mark Rifkin, This Week in New York

“The drama that emerges from these broken, fugitive lives is as an allegory of exile, immigration and assimilation, while defamiliarising the things (food, water, space) that we take for granted in our own times.”

– Anton Bitel, British Film Institute

“Forget the stereotype of Brooklyn newcomers moving in from the Midwest — the protagonist of ‘Movement and Location’ … is an immigrant from 400 years in the future.”

– Matthew Perlman, The Brooklyn Paper