In Edinburgh, Jed is a drug dealer who runs a club who's luck finally runs out when he loses the money he owes to Chan. He is also having problems with his girlfriends Anna and the two are ... See full summary »

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In Edinburgh, Jed is a drug dealer who runs a club who's luck finally runs out when he loses the money he owes to Chan. He is also having problems with his girlfriends Anna and the two are drifting apart. Anna meanwhile has befriended a pornographer and is starting to get to know him. Friends with both Jed and Anna, Eve does what she can, but she too has problems of her own. Written by bob the moo

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Nervy, edgy, desolate view of Edinburgh youth...
8 March 2007 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

...I'm sure that this is what was intended with this film but it never quite makes the grade. The video film stock is unsettling at first but easy to get used to and if anything adds a little realism. The use of the club music also works well in the first half of the film and should have been used more. It could have formed an interesting background to the supposed heightened emotion felt by the characters in the remainder of the story.

The three leads are, for all intents and purposes, people you think you could get used to watching on screen, all apparently likable in their own way, but they do not exude any chemistry, especially when playing against each other. Most scenes last far too long and are drawn out with morbid, self-reflexive examinations that would probably almost work with better editing and a faster pace to the film.

It's low budget, sure, but that doesn't have to mean low quality.


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