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Spain / USA 2019
produced by
Borja Pena, Emma Lustres, Juan Sola, Jaume Collet-Serra for Ombra Films, Vaca Films
directed by Pedro C. Alonso
starring Eddie Marsan, Paul Anderson, Ivana Baquero, Richard Brake, Oliver Coopersmith, Anthony Head, Alana Boden, Alexis Rodney, Nacho Aldeguer, Stephen Hughes (voice), Lis Torrón (voice), Garrett Wall (voice)
story by Pedro C. Alonso, screenplay by Pedro C. Alonso, Beto Bussi, music by Sergio Moure

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Jarvis (Eddie Marsan) radio show has come to quite some acclaim and notoriety because he's very outspoken and doesn't shy away from inconvenient truths. Then one day, he's to interview his former partner Andrew (Paul Anderson), and despite Andrew being a bit of a prick, that show really ought to be a breeze - only it isn't because helped by the show's novice producer Claire (Ivana Baquero), two masked (Richard Brake, Oliver Coopersmith) men enter the studio, threaten everyone, and make Jarvis ask Andrew questions that make him admit to raping a girl and letting her die from an overdose - upon which the younger of the two (Coopersmith), who later turns out to be the dead girl's boyfriend, kills Andrew. But the nightmare isn't over yet, as the older of the two (Brake) is the dead girl's father, and Claire an eye witness, and she claims Jarvis had to do something with her death as well. Jarvis though isn't one to admit to just anything because he's threatened, and he's nothing if not inventive, so before long he plays the three against one another, shifts the blame around, and makes an escape that almost succeeds until he finds out the intruders hold his own daughter (Alana Boden) hostage. And this then is where things start to spin completely out of control ...

Anthony Head plays Jarvis' boss, and though he's not essential to the plot, he sets the tone for the piece and is instrumental for its cynical ending.


Despite being a dialogue piece mostly, this is a tight little thriller, and limiting itself to only a handful of interior locations (with the main one being the studio of course) only adds to the immediacy of the situation. And of course, a thougth through structure and sharp dialogue help to keep the tension up, as does a dynamic directorial effort. On top of that, the cast is pretty much first rate, all of which make Feedback a thriller of the mustn't-miss variety.


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