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But Southcombe’s story relies too much on Anna’s simpleton delusions, the Barbican balcony climax reduced too easily into a burst of confused and sticky tears.
Thanks to a clever script and a delicate performance from Rampling, is an intriguingly Hitchcockian British thriller, but aside from two final-reel punches, Southcombe’s film loses itself somewhere along London’s backstreets.
Steeling herself to re-enter the dating market, Anna attends a speed-meet soiree where she seems to hit it off with a smooth-talking rough diamond, George (Ralph Brown).
Later, George is found dead and circumstances seem to imply his son Stevie (Max Deacon), in trouble over a drug debt.
"I have trouble with things that feel very manufactured, like Valentine's Day.
I'm trying to get better at romance."The handsome duo will be seen together in the highly anticipated family-friendly remake, alongside Jamie Foxx as the Daddy Warbucks-esque Benjamin Stacks, Cameron Diaz as Miss Hannigan and Quvenzhané Wallis as the rambunctious titular character.
With all the sadism of Hitch and Tippi, Southcombe forces his leading lady to perform fellatio while all the while levelling accusations of prolicide and neglect against her.
As such, there’s a strangely sadomasochistic frisson to is an intriguing police thriller, but is this public laundry washing all just too close to home?
It’s after such a champagne-filled evening that Anna finds herself at home in the Ink Building with rough diamond George, and after sex turns to violence, self-defence turns to murder. And no sooner does Bernie arrive on the scene than we witness Anna sipping tea in an all-night caff – the very picture of respectability.Anna’s phone calls to her ex-husband and daughter are in the end revealed to be calls to the answer-phone in her apartment she never listens to, her life a glamorous illusion of self-deceit.