A family drama of powerful intensity, Kevin Nash's debut feature takes its cue from the Mike Leigh playbook. A young American woman arrives in England seeking to reconnect with her father's family, only to find them peculiarly reticent about her arrival. Delving deeper, she slowly uncovers a web of trauma, deceit and repressed memory attached to her father's legacy. Brimming with excellent performances and powerful scenes of dramatic revelation, Nash's control of a drama predominantly set in one house is impressive, especially given that the performances here are largely improvised. —East End Film Festival
Loved it. Outstanding directing.
I did not expect to love an independent film by a first-time director. Just wow. A few possible rough edges in the editing - but possibly that was on purpose. Not sure. A very brief scene or two might have been able to be deleted. But I absolutely did not see the surprise ending coming. Tension-wise very well done.
- Mar 31, 2020
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