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produced by
Ryan Carter, Sam Mason-Bell, Hill Burton (executive) Shane Ryan (co), Kelley Daniel (co) for HB Films, Trash Arts
directed by Sam Mason-Bell
starring Ryan Carter, Katrina Grey, Steven Dalmon, Brittany Louise Hildreth, Russell Churcher, Katie Watson, Thomas Lee Rutter, Tizzy Afflick Parkins, Omar Jose (= Omar Mahmood Lagares), Spencer Craig, Robbie Hampstead, Jackson Batchelor, Mike Reed, Peter McIver, Paul Jones, Alexandra Robertshaw, Kyle Bird, Nick Parton
story by Sam Mason-Bell, screenplay by Ryan Carter, Sam Mason-Bell, music by Chan Walrus

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Ian (Ryan Carter) is so frustrated of late that he tries to kill himself - but ultimately fails as the rope around his neck isn't strong enough. Thing is, he has once had a food life with Vanessa (Katrina Grey), but ultimately that wasn't to last, and not only because he was unemployed and unwilling to find a job, but also because their relationship became more and more strained over the months, culminating in him embarrassing her in front of her boss and colleagues at an office party. In short, a break-up was inevitable, and yet Ian refuses to move on, instead makes it a habit to re-visit all the places he has been with Vanessa, even breaking into her home when she's not around - and all this only fills him with more and more rage, rage he lets out by killing random people, be they a couple of homeless people he just stumbles upon or even a woman (Katie Watson) he picks up at a pub. But even that is only temporary relief for Ian, and it's soon clear he needs to do something more drastic ...


Now this is a thriller that takes its time to tell its story, and it chooses a very realistic, almost a bit bland style to do so - but this slowburn, no-frills approach really works surprisingly well for the film as it takes its audience into the world of its protagonist, lets us feel what he feels almost in real time, with perfectly placed flashbacks to scenes of his deteriorating marriage to Vanessa. And when violence erupts, these scenes are quite shocking, also due to the quiet intensity lead Ryan Carter lends his character. An in the best sense of the word disturbing film for sure.


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