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Confine, a taut psychological thriller, stars Daisy Lowe in her first lead role as the troubled former model Pippa, who hasn't dared leave her London apartment in four years. Pippa's refuge is violently invaded when an armed thief, Kayleigh (Eliza Bennett), breaks in and takes Pippa hostage. Alfie Allen (Game of Thrones), plays Kayleigh's increasingly hapless partner-in-crime who soon realises he is way out of his depth. Written by Anonymous

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Daisy Lowe plays a former model in the movie. One of the reasons she was attracted to the role in the first place was her own modeling career from the age of 15 - she had a lot to draw upon for the tainted character Pippa. See more »

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An idea with issues
14 March 2015 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

I saw this last night, and I try to keep up with British talent. As a low budget idea, this could and should work. Two people one location, room to explore; and with two female leads there is good scope here.

The result, unfortunately didn't match the potential. The dialogue was certainly weak, and plain off in many instances, but Kayleigh's performance as well as the delivery of her lines was below par from someone of her experience.

Lowe was the better actress, but was less utilised throughout the film with Bennett (Kayleigh) really being the lead and supposedly dictation direction; but she was a weak lead and came across more like an irritating school prefect than with any real menace.

The relationship between the two girls didn't really go anywhere - you'd expect in a film like this for there to be some exploration of the girls' motives - that they should really be getting into each other's head and doing some sort of subliminal psychological battle - but it never happened.

Alfie Allen was good - but he only had a small part in the role.

Overall the cinematography was good, but about half-way through I had the feeling that they changed from tape to digital - quite odd (but it might have just been me).

The lighting choices were wrong - very nicely lit from start to finish, but when Bennett is torturing Alfie??? Why is this still a nicely lit shot? Didn't get that at all.

Kudos for getting something on screen, and there are plusses, but there were to many minuses that I felt could have been addressed.


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