Directed by Ross Munro
Starring
  • Ross Munro
  • Robert David Duncan
Screenplay by Ross Munro
Genre Indie, Comedy
Certificate

15

UK Release Date 1st August 2016

Summary

Two former high school friends reunite after thirty long years to find out the past ain’t all it’s cracked up to be during a painfully comedic and bittersweet rollercoaster of an evening.

Is The Plot Interesting?

The plot is all about making a legacy, and although at times it can be a bit slow-paced, I quite enjoyed it. It’s well written and I’m really glad it was brought to my attention by Maria Munro.

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Is The Acting Good?

Ross Munro and Robert David Duncan give good performances. One of the things I liked about this film is that it’s characters are well written – Ross Munro and Robert David Duncan heighten this.

Is The Directing Good?

Ross Munro, as well as starring in it, directed and wrote the movie. I thought he did a great job at directing. You can tell he has a real passion for the project and was involved in every decision that was made.

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Is The Cinematography Good?

The cinematography is actually quite good. It relates to the tone of the movie and continues to be the same throughout. I enjoyed the editing style as well; it suited the movie really well.

Is It Worth Watching?

It might be slow-paced at times, and don’t expect a lot of action, but it was a rather enjoyable watch. I would recommend it to anyone looking for a well made and quirky indie film.

3/5

The acting profession is no place for the diffident.

– Ross Munro as Mitch