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Property developer Jamie has to evict some weird, post-modern hippies from a building. But they slowly drag him into their dark underworld of bizarre rituals and dangerous liaisons.

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Cast

Cast overview, first billed only:
Joely Richardson ... Emily
Jeremy Northam ... Jamie
Anna Friel ... Lizzie
Trevor Eve ... Kanahan
Laura Fraser ... Megan
Jonathan Rhys Meyers ... Adam
Sean Francis ... Lawrence
Stephanie Buttle Stephanie Buttle ... Katrinna
George Costigan ... Micky
Lynne Miller Lynne Miller ... Judith
Emma Amos ... Diana
Rene Lawrence Rene Lawrence ... Colin
Michael Feast ... Delario
Julian Rhind-Tutt ... Forester
Kate Isitt ... Caroline
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A ruthless property developer dispatches Jamie to evict Emily and her followers from a housing estate by whatever means necessary. However, Jamie discovers more than he bargained for when he tries to execute his orders. Written by Mark Smith <msmith@osi.co.uk>

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2.35 : 1
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Stylish art or pretentious crap
17 January 1999 | by leon-34See all my reviews

I'm slightly more in favour of summing this film up as stylish art than I am of condemning it as pretentious crap. There is some good camera work, good editing, and occasionally an evocative mood. There are some good performances, but film does have its limitations - it's a TV movie, but a good one.

If the central theme of the film is the tension surrounding those who dare to be different and their rejection by society then it is hardly surprising that by siding with them the film attracts negative comments. Or it may be that it is just crap. Except the BBC don't make crap films. We may not like what they do, but the production quality, scripts, etc. are always excellent.

So I'll come out in favour. It may not be high art, but at least it's got style and something to say.


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