A group of students begin to uncover how their minds work but as the lessons become more shocking, one begins to lose touch with their's.

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Peter Day
Ravnit Hunjan ...
Jessica
Edward Loach ...
Tyrone
Edward Loach ...
Tyrone
Gareth Halfpenny ...
Dean
Ronak Patani ...
Derenik
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Priyank Morjaria ...
Sujan
Charlotte Priestley ...
Grace
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A group of students begin to uncover how their minds work but as the lessons become more shocking, one begins to lose touch with their's.

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It's all in the mind

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Thriller

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10 October 2012 (UK)  »

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£50,000 (estimated)
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1.33 : 1
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Interesting low-budget psychological experiment.

It's a film that makes it you watch it till the end. A simple enough idea, broken apart into pieces and put together in a productive way of storytelling. The synopsis is as it says, about a small psychology class & their curious, inventive teacher who puts his class inside of a specific scenario of unknown motives & origins. The viewer gets pieces of the classes back story as the film flashes back & forth from their previous class sessions & their current crisis situation filling us in on what motivates the instructor. It's not until the film's end that the dark truth becomes clear. One can label it as a twist of sorts, but I prefer to think of it as the unknown variable being unveiled. It's a very short film of 69 minutes before credits although it doesn't seem to suffer from it's lack of length. It's acted & filmed well enough considering it's budget not too mention it's little known director doing a good job working with the available sparse resources making this little thriller earn a 5.7/10 from me. I'm not saying to bend over backwards to find it, but rather to check it out if you happen to run into it.


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