Philip Price’s review published on Letterboxd:
"As the world becomes increasingly unstable, it feels important that these ideas of England are preserved for the safety and security of the future of our country."
"It is lovely here."
This dialogue felt especially pertinent to Enola Holmes as a work of fiction given it both addresses how to preserve the ideas and tradition of a property that has been adapted and celebrated countless times since the inception of its famous sleuth in 1887 while also moving it forward and advancing the property so that inclusion and other new ways of thinking are given proper treatment in a proven formula. Not to mention, it is quite lovely.