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UK 2021
produced by
Martin Grof (executive) for GROFilm
directed by Martin Grof
starring Eugene Simon, Emily Wyatt, Jennifer Martin, Bethan Wright (= Marybeth Havens), Alex Reid, Anil Desai, Lorraine Tai, Alastair G. Cumming, Kai Francis Lewis, Paul Coster, Vladimir Mladenov, Brian Theodore Ralph, Sam Heydon, Richard Goble, Maggie Turner (voice), Mick Probert, Jon Yates, Martin Yates, Suzie Fontoura
written by Magdalena Drahovska, Martin Grof, music by Neil Myers

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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All Andrew (Eugene Simon), a young and basically insignificant postman, wanted to do was find something out about his father (Richard Goble) he has never known through a DNA test, but instead of getting result, he gets drawn into some super secret gouvernment agency run by one Dr. Marinus (Alastair G. Cumming) where he's to be trained by special agents Nadia (Emily Wyatt) and May (Jennifer Martin) to be some kind of super agent with the ability to bend reality - and it's not that he has much choice either, as the agency threatens to harm his mother (voiced by Maggie Turner), who, along with his father she has always refused to speak of, actually seem to be involved with the agency. Others are trained at the agency as well, Shaan (Anil Desai), Rebecca (Bethan Wright) and Yuri (Kai Francis Lewis), and it seems neither is there by choice, and also none of them know the actual motives of the agency - which don't get any clearer through their missions, which get more bizarre and self-destructive each time ... until all of Andrew's colleagues are shot dead and he wakes up in Dr. Marinus office, fetching the results of his DNA test. But instead of handing them over, the good doctor has Andrew sign a release - that without Andrew's knowledge pushes him even deeper into the rabbit hole ...


Now Sensation is not a film that tries to have all the answers to the questions it asks - in fact it makes it a sport to remain utterly vague throughout and at best hint at the bigger context ... and that's really what makes the film so engaging, as it pushes the audience into its mazelike story and forces the viewer to make one's own conclusions - to more often than not subvert whatever has just been told into something very different. But this loss of orientation is the main source of the film's tension and suspense, the trying to find one's way part of the fascination. Now that one doesn't get just lost in all of this is of course thanks to a clever script, but also to grounded and relatable performances, and a direction that finds just the right balance between the mystery and the "reality" of the movie, all of which makes for a rather unusual but highly entertaining thriller. 


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