A self-help addict unwittingly finds herself on a killing spree with her unhinged life coach.

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Staten Cousins Roe (as Staten Cousins-Roe)

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Staten Cousins Roe (as Staten Cousins-Roe)
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Ben Lloyd-Hughes ... Chuck Knoah
Katie Brayben ... Lou Farnt
Poppy Roe ... Val Stone
Ben Murray-Watson Ben Murray-Watson ... Phone Man
Sarah Ball Sarah Ball ... Mother
David Newman ... Barry Withnott
Emma Manton ... Self - Help Assistant
Fiona Glascott ... Sharon Deliver-Brant
Tomiwa Edun ... Ben
Sinead Matthews ... Izzy
David Manson David Manson ... Ralph
Matt Woodyatt Matt Woodyatt ... Graham
Owain Rhys Davies ... Marcus
Carys Lewis Carys Lewis ... Rachel
Chris Bishop Chris Bishop ... Laughter Therapist
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A self-help addict unwittingly finds herself on a killing spree with her unhinged life coach.

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As the pair set off after item 3 begins, a boom mic is clearly reflected in the windows of the car. See more »

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Lou Farnt: It did feel pretty empowering, you know?
Val Stone: Yeah. You did pretty good for your first time.
Lou Farnt: Did I? You're the best life coach ever, Val.
Val Stone: I think you might be the best client, Lou.
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Low budget film making at its level best.
26 August 2019 | by edwardstevens5See all my reviews

I was lucky enough to catch a screening of this at Frightfest this year in London. While it wasn't what I was expecting in terms of what I imagined a festival of that name would deliver, I was very glad to have seen it. Right from the beginning we're given an interesting protagonist (Lou) to follow and shortly after an equally deep and complex supporting character named Val. Both actors do a stellar job of bringing them both to life and are well supported by the rest of the cast. The story itself is an original and interesting one and the director masterfully brings us into the world of the film with some excellent choices in terms of how the story is told. The films dark comedic aspects along with just the right character development and intrigue made this a very enjoyable watch. It doesn't look like it was made with a ton of money and one can see where the corners were cut but it only adds to the brilliance, in my view. The script is tight and does only what it needs to do and never at any point was I bored or felt like I was being hit over the head with the point. It has a very interesting theme (which I won't spoil) that actually speaks for itself with very strong attention to detail, top performances and slick direction. If you appreciate low budget independent films then you'll have no reason for enjoying this one. Quite simply a great piece of work.


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UK

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English

Release Date:

13 January 2020 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

A Serial Killer's Guide to Life See more »

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