Kim Moir's movie is a tight and tense drama. The leads are all perfect in their roles but Archie Williams, in particular, plays an excellent villain.
Kim uses techniques I see in great TV shows like CSI that moves this movie along. Instead of drawing out love scenes, Kim makes them as intense as the real experience without resorting to clichéd film-making. His use of flashback scenes doesn't insult the viewers. It relies on the intelligence of the viewers to "make the connection". I like this and rarely see it used. I think that this is only the first of many movies we'll see from Kim Moir.
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