Leon does not want to listen to his fathers voice, all he wants to do is greive for his mother and try to cope with life the best he can. He is unable to do this due to the ghoslty voice of...
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Leon does not want to listen to his fathers voice, all he wants to do is greive for his mother and try to cope with life the best he can. He is unable to do this due to the ghoslty voice of his father which means leon ends up doing things that his father has told him so he can become free of this living hell.Written by
I'm a great fan of underground films getting the exposure they deserve and was very grateful to get my hands on a copy of Leon's Broken Mind. From the very beginning of the film we are introduced to Leon, a fantastic performance by Richard Robotham who at times I forgot I was watching an actor and thought he was actually a mentally disturbed individual, fantastic acting and somewhat disturbing as the events that unfold are most definitely centred in the extreme.
The film is very well executed with great performances from all which is a pleasure to see on an indie project. The fx are good and there are several moments guaranteed to shock
There are some obscene scenes that the censors will disapprove of but thats the appeal of this film, its one of those films that i can see becoming a talking point in the underground independent film world, one of those films that will turn up on someones shelf and instigate a cult following.
The Kidderminster Killer film, also from the same filmmaker, makes an appearance during an in joke within the film where Leon is given the film free of charge as its not supposed to be at the store. Bazz Hancher is a director who isn't afraid to hold back.
So if you can stomach the obscenities on display here, definitely keep an eye out from the deranged mind of Bazz
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