Possibly the best A Foundling review yet!

After a terrific screening at the first BleedFest of 2011, A Foundling has started finding an audience.  Below is a wonderful review from Nic Brown from BMovieMan.com.

...The imagination of writer/director Carly Lyn makes use of the limitless possibilities of the sci-fi genre with her film A FOUNDLING...

...A FOUNDLING is a unique film for a number of reasons. First of all is the choice of the principle characters. Rarely are young Chinese women shown as the focus of a western. The sisters Mattie and Virginia are also well developed and not stereotypical...

...A FOUNDLING also sets itself apart from other independent films with its blend of science fiction and traditional western genres. This is especially noteworthy as many independent filmmakers stay clear of both genres as they tend to be more expensive to make, requiring special effects, special period costuming and locations. Lyn’s film, however, embraces and goes beyond the typical elements of the genres by not depending on gun fights and excessive special effects, but upon character development and story. The acting is first class with excellent performances by both Jesse and Chiu, as well as a strong supporting cast. Ultimately, A FOUNDLING may draw viewers with its interesting premise of aliens in the old west, but it is the story and the characters that drive the film...

...So take a break from the recycled Hollywood blockbuster mill and check out writer/director Carly Lyn’s film A FOUNDLING. It’s not a good western or a good science fiction film…it’s a good film that happens to be a sci-fi/western.

 Have a look at the full review.  Thanks Nic!