We are so used to films that rush us through emotions, showing us something real being felt, before quickly cutting to the next scene. A film like The Emigrants, open to experiencing difficult emotions and sharing them with its audience, can only do so sensitively, and with time.
JoinedApril 23, 2019
Tuuli Albekoglu is a psychotherapist working in London. She has a masters degree from the University of Oxford, where she researched the personal and professional impact of films on psychoanalysts. When not writing about what it means to be human, she can be found exploring this through acting.