"With 'Feral', Wonder takes his place alongside directors like [Anna Rose] Holmer and [Jeremiah] Zagar as one of a new generation of filmmakers who use the visual language of documentaries to make us care deeply about their leads."
Matthew Monagle, Film School Rejects
"A strange and powerful tale of one woman's struggle to survive.”
Shelagh Rowan-Legg, Screenanarchy
"A haunting story that forces a confrontation with the realities of homelessness...an incredible showcase for Annapurna Sriram, an actor bound to gain a lot of attention from this role.”
Robert Monk, Flickering Myth
"A remarkable first feature... Sriram's performance is intense.”
Jennie Kermode, Eye For Film
"One to look out for.”
Joey Magidson, Hollywood News
"A tough, well-made, brutally honest look at homelessness and what it takes to survive. When it's over, you feel shaken."
Mike McGranaghan, The Aisle Seat
“Sriram is extraordinary in her role as Yazmine and carries the film on her own.”
Deirdre Crimmins, High Def Digest
"Wonder and company pack a ton of heart into Feral."
Tim Murr, Biff Bam Pop!
"An honest but surprisingly uplifting character study, as dark as the streets our main character walks.”
Jonathan Dehaan, Nightmare on Film Street
"An extraordinary film that hits home hard... Don’t miss this one. Just make sure to have some tissues on hand."
Mayy Konopka, CineDump
"Sriram is likely to land higher-profile work after her star turn here – it’s a deeply felt performance, but cannily doesn’t beg for sympathy."
Kim Newman, Johnny Alucard
"Feral' lays out the bitter truths of street life."
Jodi Schwarzenbach, The Sarasota Post
"A starkly terrifying performance with Sriram not once sensationalizing or overworking the momentum of Yazmine's story."
David Duprey, That Moment In...
"A one-of-a-kind drama that refuses to give unrealistic sentimentality.”
Jorge Solis, Villain Media
"A powerful examination of one woman's experience with homelessness in NYC with a captivating lead performance by Annapurna Sriram."
Adam Barney, Film Coterie
"Never has a film so accurately portray the subject of homelessness."
Alice Collins, Infinite Frontiers
"A sobering and introspective journey into depression and isolation."
Alec I. Gillis, Lewton Bus
"A strong drama."
Jim Morazzini, Voices from the Balcony