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Ratings & Reviews

  1. Aardsy's rating of the film Nowhere to Go

    Bleak, and so British.

  2. Ben Dooley's rating of the film Nowhere to Go

    A British Ealing drama underpinned by an existentialism that prefigures Godard's Breathless, with its unromantic hero Paul Gregory, who steals from old ladies, its wilful heroine, the ‘ex-deb' Maggie Smith who protects him, and its restless jazz soundtrack. There's shades of Nic Ray, Bresson, Losey and the ‘angry young man' here. It’s a shame this film was butchered at the time, as it could have been influential…