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The Late Twentieth (2002)

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A film that I do remember
2 May 2007 | by electricsheep-1See all my reviews

This is a film that was shown in London in 2003, as far as I know, only at Panton Street Odeon, which shows interesting films.

I only went to see it because a major paper had given it a positive, if not rave review as a debut feature. I think it's a solid film in the psychological horror mode, which is good for a debut. It has no real innovations or surprises except that it is crafted well.

What does stand out is some of the incidental humour, like in a scene where a car crashes, and yet when the man wearily gets out he finds somehow it is perfectly parked between two cars. The friend I went to see it with particularly appreciated this and still mentions it today.

Still, it is a film with scenes I can still vividly remember, so it must have something going for it.

Also, the director has a very exotic, Arab(?) name, and it is always good to see a film made by a director with such a name that is more David Cronenberg than about Palestine or something along that line.


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