A rather contrived and underdeveloped performance from Gillen, I thought, in the priciple role. Though no doubt a commendable production and, feasibly, worthy of it's position in the contemporary independent film landscape, it had an amateurish and heartless feel about it which undermined the narrative.
Really, am I the first person to review/ rate this film? Come on fellow Mubites (is that the correct pluralism?)... do yourselves a favour and hunt out and support this little British gem. Popped up on late night BBC2 in the UK. It did buckle a little under the ambiguity of its central characters actions but as a whole I enjoyed the film and applaude its very existence. True independent filmmaking! Bravo!