A man obsessed with voyeur pornography makes a shocking discovery, forcing him onto the trail of an anonymous photographer known by his online username ANORAK.

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Jessica Pyatt ...
Girl in Summer Dress
Stephen Fingleton ...
Voyeur #1
Neil Stewart ...
Voyeur #2
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Elliot Pane
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Alexa Pane
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ANORAK
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Mr. Verma of Verma's Cameras
Jasmine Breinburg ...
Trisha
Matthew Alexander Kaufman ...
Voice of Weather Presenter (as Matt Kaufman)
Louise Parker ...
Young Sunbather
Charlotte Lewington ...
Richard's New Girlfriend
River Hawkins ...
Richard
Shannon Kidd
Jade O'Neill
Louisa Garrett
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A man obsessed with voyeur pornography makes a shocking discovery, forcing him onto the trail of an anonymous photographer known by his online username ANORAK.

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Clever, maybe; taut, definitely.
14 February 2014 | by See all my reviews

It is safe to say that Liam Cunningham (Game of Thrones) is one of the most watch-able actors working in Film and TV today that is if the material is good. He definitely does not disappoint here. The story revolves around the world of a voyeur where the protagonist's 'behind closed doors' fetish invades his life and the predator becomes the prey. Despite the predictable main plot and the obvious complications and resolution of that; it is the ending that holds your attention and Stephen Fingleton makes an interesting observation, if not indictment, about the world of social media. The directing is adequate, with a few sensible editorial choices, in telling the story but is lifted by the central performance of Liam Cunningham whom you cannot help but sympathize with at times. S.L.R. is on par with a decent thriller, I say decent because it is guilty of telegraphing its red-herrings and tension plot points and is actually saved by the plot and Liam Cunningham and Amy Wren's, sadly and understandably under-used, performance.


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