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Yes, God, Yes review: Natalie Dyer resurrects coming of age's wit and humour

Thankfully, it does pick up again before the film is over.

The essence of Alice’s journey becomes the main point of story, leading to a truly satisfying climax by the end of the film.

Yes, God, Yes explores a never-before-seen story with a lot of wit, charm, and humour. While the story does start well, it tapers off into something a little bit less than enjoyable. Thankfully, the film’s final conclusion is extremely satisfying. Natalie Dyer plays Alice exceptionally, and it is nice seeing her break out from her small screen – however she is a little bogged down by some other members of her cast. Yes, God, Yes will certainly gain a cult following as I’m sure it will speak volumes to many people going forward.

Yes, God, Yes is available to purchase now

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