" Wandering, a Rohingya Story stands out from a crowded pack (film about refugees), however, by striking tricky balances between individual and collective focus, and between presenting an aesthetic vision of its subject-matter rather than an aestheticized one. "
"The film unfolds with a mature direction that manages to convey the heavy burden of a clumsy humanity in the order of its priorities."
" Wandering a Rohingya Story is a beautifully captured film. The viewers are provided with a compassionate view of life in Kutupalong Camp. From the constant rain to the joyful ball games, the nightmares to the hope. This is a film that envelops you and makes you ache, told in a respectful, authentic way. Even with over 600,000 stories to tell in Kutupalong Camp, the film succeeded in sharing what feels like a complete portrait. "
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"The film is filled with moments of great evocative power; these images mark the memory, they live and accompany the spectators for a long time.(...) Viewing Wandering, Rohingya Story is a truly sensitive experience for the public, which plunges into a world of emotions and sensations."
"a high level of narrative language (...) Apart from the carefully prepared cinematography and editing, the aesthetic structure of the film necessarily hypnotizes and fascinates the audience."
"Armed with contagious humanism (...) the sensually evocative photographic and sound work carried out by the production is also a vibrant testimony to the state of the situation"