During a fleeting bout of lucidity from her dementia, June Wilton has precious little time to bring together her estranged children, save the family business, and rekindle an old flame.
- " Captures something satisfying amid the bittersweet knowledge of life's impermanence: that self-knowledge and care for others make it worth living." – Mel Campbell (ScreenHub)
- " Every scene, emotional moment, and insight into life, love, loss, ageing, forgetting and farewelling those dearest to us is improved by his all-star cast. " – Sarah Ward (Concrete Playground)
- " June Again finds a hellishly fine line between the comedic and romanticised – and a sporadically quite bruising exploration of what dementia can wreak on an individual, and then on the people who love them. " – Graeme Tuckett (Stuff.co.nz)