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Angel (2015)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 20 July 2015 (UK)
Angel, a woman who was horribly abused by her grandmother as a little girl and institutionalized after killing her, embarks on a killing spree as an adult. Though sentenced for the rest of her life to an insane asylum, She was released due to inside governmental pressure while being pronounced dead in order to avoid public outcry. Now she is on the loose again, and a government agent is ordered ... See full summary »

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Ray Burdis

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Ray Burdis
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Cast overview, first billed only:
John Hannah ... Lapslie
Margo Stilley ... Bradbury
Karel Roden ... Stevens
Mark Burdis Mark Burdis ... Mark
Jenn Murray ... Angel
Peter-Hugo Daly Peter-Hugo Daly ... Uncle Tommy
Georgina Hale ... Grandma
Jason Maza ... George
Christopher Sciueref ... Colima
Beryl Nesbitt Beryl Nesbitt ... Violet
Andrew Woodall ... Lord Hall
David Elliot ... PC Dunne
Crissy Rock ... Auntie
Richard Blackwood Richard Blackwood ... Junior
Debra Baker Debra Baker ... Little Girl's Mother
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Angel, a woman who was horribly abused by her grandmother as a little girl and institutionalized after killing her, embarks on a killing spree as an adult. Though sentenced for the rest of her life to an insane asylum, She was released due to inside governmental pressure while being pronounced dead in order to avoid public outcry. Now she is on the loose again, and a government agent is ordered to kill her in order to cover up the blunder.

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UK

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English

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20 July 2015 (UK) See more »

Also Known As:

Still Waters See more »

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London, England, UK See more »

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Carnaby International See more »
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The Scenes shot in Clacton were shot during one of the worst winters for several years. The Stormy Sea scenes were some of the roughest seas off Clacton Beach for several years and around the same time the nearby village of Jaywick was evacuated due to an Atlantic Surge that threatened to flood the area. Shortly after the movie was shot, the Helter Skelter used for the exterior shots of The Clowns Hideaway was damaged by high winds and had to be taken down as it was dangerous. It has not been replaced as yet. See more »

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Evil Adults/Evil Child
30 September 2016 | by Carlos IdeloneSee all my reviews

I was surprised to read the highly negative reviews for this film. I found it creepy and intriguing. The theme of child abuse pulled at my heart strings. The strange mixture of politics and intimate horror, was quite unusual and interesting, as such. The fact, that the film is British added to my pleasure, as I generally find British films more realistic/serious, than American films. I appreciated all the actors in their roles. The tough female cop, although not unattractive, didn't look like a (ridiculous) fashion model, as so many do in American crime films. I thought, that she had a realistic edginess. This wasn't a "great" film, but I appreciated its dark quirkiness.


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