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Customer Review

Reviewed in the United Kingdom on 17 January 2021
I don't mind a low budget, independent film that is not formulaic and one of the things low budget British cinema usually does really well is put the characters centre stage with a good script so that we can forgive cheap effects (think Dog Soldiers and Attack the Block). Unfortunately, everything about this film was awful - terrible script, almost incomprehensible plot, and unconvincing acting that felt self-conscious to the point of being distracting (but the blame for that probably lies with the director). The whole thing kind of reminds me of when I think up a new cake recipe and build a fantastic vision of it inside my own head, but what gets served up on the plate doesn't remotely resemble what I imagined.
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