The fictional town of West-gate, a dank urban sprawl, is on the rise as the most violent city in Britain. Superintendent George Davis is under pressure to cut crime in the region, something...
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The fictional town of West-gate, a dank urban sprawl, is on the rise as the most violent city in Britain. Superintendent George Davis is under pressure to cut crime in the region, something an urban vigilante is currently doing a lot better. Snowman, an albino pursuing his own personal vendetta, inadvertently becoming a hero. Reducing the crime rate single handed as he tries to seek out the gang of hoodys that attacked him and killed his friend. However when Snowman saves a girl from an attack on a bus he is lured into a trap which will find him finally come face to face with Davis and an armed response unit in a showdown at an airport on the outskirts of the City.Written by
The SWAT team in the film are friends of Stephen's who he works with regular. There was originally no snow in the movie but because the UK was hit with a lot of snow early 2010 Stephen decided to shoot it and make it into a title sequence last minute. Stephen is good friends with Geoff Thompson a writer and fellow residence in Coventry. See more »
Being a fan of vigilante themed movies, director Stephen Reynolds has made a both exciting and atmospheric short in this "snowman". The plot is about a vigilante killer which troubles the police in the city winter nights. But police is on the tail of him. Obviously low budget, but still good, and well made, with a quite forceful message. The film still disappoints in the end, maybe because you start believing in real originality. But the film falls short of giving a nice round up on an otherwise great premise. Still, Reynolds vigilante filmmaking skills can be seen in the 2013-feature Vendetta, which has the budget the film deserves.
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