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2018

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IMDb Rating 5.1 10 N/A

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23.976 fps
101 min
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101 min
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Reviewed by spewy29167 7 / 10 / 10

Doesn't really connect, but a worthy effort

It's a film it's hard to dislike, set in a beautiful part of Scotland, with solid direction, and music and about very important subject material. It would have been better to have gone the extra mile and really dig much deeper into the causes, feelings of and symptoms of depression. It seems the protagonist wants to off himself at everthing that doesn't go perfectly in his life. The film is also structured in a very sober and boring manner with awkward pauses which somewhat seems like it's a bit of a soap opera, ready for TV and not really a big screen work.

Reviewed by brionymonroe 7 / 10 / 10

A brilliant film that'll hit you like no other!

A beautifully shot film set in Scotland. This film deals with a complex, serious issue which is a blight on the lives of so many today. This powerful tale written and directed by the incredibly talented Marilyn Edmond is told very well by a wealth of amazing talent, both in front of and behind the camera. Lead actor Kevin Guthrie delivers an outstanding performance as Brian, he is well supported by Siobhan Reilly who is wonderful as Sam and Cameron Fulton who, as Gavin, is the torchlight within the darkness by bringing such a wonderful element of humour. When watching this film the quality (grading, soundtrack, etc.) was really something to behold as was the attention to detail and it was hard to believe we were watching a low budget film. It was a fantastic job by all involved. It is a story that had to be told and has to be heard, please see this if you can. You won't regret it.

Reviewed by CelluloidRobert 7 / 10 / 10

A very creditable debut

I used to holiday in North Berwick as a child so was drawn to this more for sentimental reasons than for any great interest in the film itself. The setting and solid performances from Kevin Guthrie and Siobhan Reilly make for an interesting, if somewhat predictable effort. I found the last 20 minutes of the film a little too formulaic. That said, the cinematography shows off this lovely East Lothian town to good effect and all in all it is a well worth watching - perhaps on telly, though?

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