Reviews

Media Reviews

“Challenges the way we think about masculinity today”

ABC Radio

“The most important film you’ll see this year”

The Curb

“When five men – a surfer, a farmer, an artist, an ageing hippy, and a war correspondent open up about feelings, mental health and masculinity – weird and wonderful things can happen on streets, in public places and even kebab shops.”

Radio National – The Drawing Room

“Without ever feeling forced or intrusive, the film breathes with honesty and intimacy and is clearly designed as a push-back against the stereotype men have long been 
lumbered with.”

3AW

“A surprisingly invigorating film.”

The Australian

“Tender, funny, generous”

The Daily Telegraph

“Happy Sad Man reveals the vulnerability of men dealing with mental illness and creates a space for radical kindness.”

The Conversation

“A message of solidarity”

FilmInk