UK Film Review's Jason Knight gives praise to Fading Petals. In the review (which can be found below), Knight remarks "Revill is astonishing as an unhappy loner who spends her time painting, building a dollhouse and solving puzzles. She is haunted by her past, has a drinking problem and tends to be violent when she gets angry. Reidie is equally great as a young person who has troubles of her own, as she is living with her abusive father who does not want his daughter dating."
He highlights Oliver Rigby who "delivers beautiful cinematography and there are creative lighting effects. The score by William Cunningham is powerful and dramatic and adds significant value to the feature"
Finally Knight concludes, describing the film as "a distressing story that is rather heavy on emotions. The atmosphere is downbeat and the dramatic revelations, confrontations and powerful performances make this movie an admirable achievement"
Click on the following link to read the full review at https://www.ukfilmreview.co.uk/reviews/fading-petals