"No One’s Child is a strong feature debut which admirably resists any obvious flirtation with moralistic melodrama."

"Serbian fresh helmer Vuk Rsumovic's Venice Critics' Week winner is a captivating story of human versus animal savagery."

"What follows is a brutal, vivid rendering of emotional and physical assimilation at all costs, making No One’s Child an altogether unusual and heightened bildungsroman."

"Vuk Rsumovic's No One's Child is familiar but immediate: a Serbian feral-child tale based on a true story, made hypnotic by the all-in performance of pint-sized Denis Muric as the wolf-boy struggling against domestication in a hapless modern world — and, in Rsumovic's masterstroke, eventually returning to beastliness by way of the Yugoslav Wars."