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12 out of 12 people found the following review useful:
Very good short film, 13 May 2003
This was shown as a series of one off one hour TV plays for C4. I
this was the cream of the crop. Guy Burt (a very young, very talented
author) managed in one hour to:
1) Develop four characters whom you care about 2) Lay down an interesting and compelling plot with a great central performance from Daniel Craig 3) Put an interesting ending on the piece
Not bad when most films cannot do this in an hour and a half. Try and catch this on a repeat OR read some of Guy Burt's books.
2 out of 2 people found the following review useful:
My first introduction to Daniel Graig., 26 December 2006
Author: Anthony Lovat from Uk
This is my first memory of seeing Mr Graig, in fact I still remember
being blown away (slightly over exaggerating) by this story and his
amazing performance nearly eight years ago, that surely is a testament
to his obviously great acting ability not to mention charisma.
I did try to make a mental note of his name, making sure to check the credits at the end of the film and to be honest, it was such a long time before I saw him on screen again I had forgotten it. What did stick with me though was his face, this I made sure to remember as even back in 1999 when I had no clue of who he was I wished I could have seen more from this brilliant actor.
If you ain't seen the new bond movie then do so, the movie and Mr Graig's portrayal of the British MI6 agent are by far the best to date.
If you get the chance to see this short movie I think you may be pleasantly surprised, I myself was left feeling that I wish more movie story lines had the same conviction.
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