Un triángulo de engaños anclados en lo utilitario de las personas para el escape de sí mismo. El montaje es dinámico y con un elenco mínimo logra sostener la emoción del espectador en cada plano secuencia. Reconocimiento especial a Gemma Arterton por el sometimiento real al que se autoimpuso.
Starts off much more promising than it turns out to be. How many unbelievable twists were there? I lost count after half a dozen or so. The acting was mostly over the top, though Arterton was in good form sometimes. Drooping pace, stale design - an overall tepid affair.
Full of twists and turns but none of the three main characters are likeable enough to turn it into a classic. The love triangle isn't believable and quite frankly by the time it hurtles to the end, i'd stopped caring. Might be some peoples cup of tea but not mine.
Very impressive, under-the-radar, British indie. Arterton is superb and Marsan is always a pleasure to watch, especially in villainous roles like this. It's a shame Compston is a let down. The story appears simple at first; two men kidnap the daughter of a wealthy man and hold her to ransom. But every time you feel comfortable, a twist arrives, and I still can't decide if they're brilliant or ridiculous.
A film that never gets bored of itself. If anything, it constantly goes the other way from what it made you believe the last few minutes - whether it is with a sense of humour, a clever line, a twist in the plot. It didn't rock my world, but it was energetic and, ultimately, entertaining.