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The Late Twentieth (2002)

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Justin Allder ...
Tom
Philip Campbell ...
Robber
Camilla Heaney ...
Margaret
Robin Hellier ...
Policeman
Paula Jennings ...
Eve
Sam Loggin ...
Jane
Markus Napier ...
Dave
Hannah Watkins ...
Emma
John Webber ...
Ali
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A film that I do remember
2 May 2007 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This is a film that was shown in London in 2003, as far as I know, only at Panton Street Odeon, which shows interesting films.

I only went to see it because a major paper had given it a positive, if not rave review as a debut feature. I think it's a solid film in the psychological horror mode, which is good for a debut. It has no real innovations or surprises except that it is crafted well.

What does stand out is some of the incidental humour, like in a scene where a car crashes, and yet when the man wearily gets out he finds somehow it is perfectly parked between two cars. The friend I went to see it with particularly appreciated this and still mentions it today.

Still, it is a film with scenes I can still vividly remember, so it must have something going for it.

Also, the director has a very exotic, Arab(?) name, and it is always good to see a film made by a director with such a name that is more David Cronenberg than about Palestine or something along that line.


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