Sean Baker / USA 2017 / 111 min / Cert 15
From the acclaimed director of Tangerine, its title is taken directly from the Walt Disney World Resort. The film portrays the stark contrast between the glossy frontage of tourist affluence and the poverty-driven existence of those who live hidden lives in the background. Shot on 35 mm, with a final scene shot guerrilla-style in Disney’s Magic Kingdom, without permission, the film has been likened to the style of Ken Loach. Praised for his best performance in years, Willem Dafoe’s character was described by the Washington Post as offering ‘a glimmer of hope and caring within a world markedly short on both’.