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Dust is a 'tour de force' of independent film making. Shot on a low budget (although you'd never guess that in a million years), you get the impression that every single frame has been a labour of love.
The acting is riveting and compelling with great performances from Nadja Brand and Gerard Rudolf as well as Eric Colvin. The performances are magnetic and highly entertaining and makes you realise how important highly trained actors are.
The homage to Straw Dogs is done masterfully and in a fresh up to date manner. The title sequence has elements of Fincher and puts this film up there with the majors.
There is a genuine craft on display here. Adam Mason is certainly a name to look out for in the future. As is his talented crew who will undoubtedly be filling our screens for the foreseeable future.
Can't wait to see Mason's next project!
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