"This emotional rollercoaster tackles alcoholism and depression with a dark reality that is refreshing and haunting. A tremendous performance by Caoilfhionn Dunne, as RUTH, continues to amaze from opening scene to the final tragic elements of the film. One of the really moving fictional pieces at the festival."
"In View is a powerful and unsettling depiction of one woman’s battle with depression and the circumstances that can surround taking the traumatic decision to end one’s own life. Creagh is ably supported by the excellent and patient cinematography of David Grennan – indeed much of the film is dependent primarily on the visual with dialogue often to a minimum."
"In View marks Creagh’s feature directorial debut, and in working from his own script he is on safe ground. Wisely knowing that the film exists entirely in the script and performances he steers away from any directorial flourishes and directs with a relaxed and steady hand. He is ably assisted by cinematographer David Grennan and editor Tony Cranstoun in crafting a film that makes the most of its modest budget, and captures Dublin in a different light than most."