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UK 2020
produced by
Michael Fausti, Mathew Bayliss, Louise Nosbod for Fausti Films
directed by Michael Fausti
starring Leonarda Sahani, Billy James Machin, Charlotte Gould, Christophe Delesques, Tony Denham, Michael Fausti, Robert Alexander, Ryan Hardy
story by Mathew Bayliss, Michael Fausti, screenplay by Mathew Bayliss, music by Nick Burns

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Michelle (Leonarda Sahani) and Steve (Billy James Machin) have booked a posh London apartment to celebrate their anniversary, but while the slightly arrogant landlord (Tony Denham) still shows them around, another couple, French Adrienne (Charlotte Gould) and Christophe (Christophe Delesques) show up at the apartment and claim they've rented it - and it turns out the place has indeed been double booked. No big problem since the place has two bedroom's anyhow, and the landlord offers the first night for free and then figure out something for one of the couples, plus free dinner and wine. Now Steve is very pissed about that as it ruins all his plans, but Michelle wants to make the best out of it and suggests to spend the evening together with the other couple - and while Michelle is soon having fun, Steve doesn't feel all that comfortable in their company ... and he's on the money, because Adrienne and Christophe soon drug Michelle and Steve, then have sex with them. The next morning, when Steve wakes up and starts to remember last night, he goes ballistic, and the way Adrienne and Christophe mock him doesn't make things better - and soon everything turns violent - and all this would be bad enough in itself, but on top of it it was controlled by outside forces ...


Now this might read like a straight-forward erotic thriller about jealousy and revenge, but while it ticks all the boxes, Exit is not, it's much more of a psychosexual puzzle that really draws one in on an intellectual level and due to it's often associative rather than linear editing style, it really manages to hold one's attention. And that paired with a very stylized direction that seems enjoyably out of time (in a timeless way) makes this one fascinating watch, which is of course also helped by a strong ensemble cast.

It's not your everyday thriller, that's for sure, but if you're into the unusual, this one's a must-see!

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