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Backtrack: Nazi Regression
Nazi Vengeance

UK / Ireland 2014
produced by
Haydn West, Tom Sands, Mick Sands (executive) for Substantial Films
directed by Tom Sands
starring Mark Drake, Sophie Barker, Rosie Akerman, Miles Jovian, Julian Glover, Callie Moore, Jon Bartlett, JJ Sarmiento, Mia E.M. Chamberlain, Jesse Kidd Moore, Ava B. Gold, Mick Smith, Alexi Parkin, Stephen Carr, Mark Stefanicki, Ralph Sayers, Lesley Sayers, Mick Sands, Tom Sands, Kirstie Howell, René Zimmermann
written by Mick Sands, music by Richard Morson, songs by Abi Phillips, Qubist, Marcus Neely, visual effects by Anders Lejczak, 3D models by Christoph Merkel

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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More out of curiosity than anything else, Claudia (Rosie Akerman) performs a past life regression on her good friend Ralph (Mark Drake) - which to his greatest dismay unmasks his former self as a member of the SS who secretly invaded England in World War II to spread terror with random acts of violence. The memory is so vivid that Claudia and Ralph decide to go on a camping trip and pay a visit to the village where this all is supposed to have happened, each bringing their better half, Lucas (Miles Jovian) and Andrea (Sophie Barker). Lucas and Andrea though are not even half interested in Claudia and Ralph's regression experiments, and are more than happy to let them go off alone every now and again - and that's first and foremost because Lucas and Andrea have an affair, so the farther they know their respective partners away, the better. But while they have sex in one of their tents they are knocked out, tied up and dragged off by an old man (Julian Glover), who for no apparent reason at all seems to be mighty pissed at them ...

Walking the countryside, Ralph starts to remember more and more of the past, like he murdered a bunch of innocent children and their mother, and he thinks he even sees the spirits of those he killed haunting him ... and that is more than just a little disturbing. And then he and Claudia find out Lucas and Andrea have quite obviously abducted, which is even more disturbing. But most disturbing might be that the kidnapping obviously has to do with Ralph's wrong-doings in his past life ...


Backtrack: Nazi Regression is a rather interesting thriller indeed - and that said, of course you might think the whole past life regression part of the film is just gobbledegook, but if you can suspend your disbelief in favour of the story, you will be rewarded with a weird tale of crime and punishment where the lines between good and evil are more than just a little blurry, carried by an atmospheric directorial effort (also helped by wonderful locations), a decent ensemble cast, with the occasional piece of explicit violence thrown in just for good measure.


review © by Mike Haberfelner


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