In film, it's not uncommon for depictions of aggression and suffering to be deployed with political intent, particularly when there is a clearly delineated power imbalance between characters. By intention, Luke Sullivan's sophomore feature adheres to this tradition – but, in execution, it falls short largely because of the abstruseness of its setting, form and storyline, writes Dave Crewe.
black-and-white, independent, arthouse, metaphor, symbolism, experimentation, micro-budget, misogyny.
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