Reviews and Problems with The Disappearance Of Alice Creed
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Movie overall 9
intense british indie film
10 January 2016
Excerpt: Overall only 3 casts in this film with only a few filming location, however the film catch your attention from the start to the end; There's enough suspense and character development, could be even more; By the way the cover summary of the film does not capture the essences of the film at all,...
Summary: Extremely tense, beautifully shot, generally well (if not quite brilliantly) acted, this is a clever and effective exercise on making an exciting film on a tiny budget. Even though about 75% of this kidnapping tale takes place in a two room apartment, director/writer Blakeson finds enough effective...
Summary: This is a fine example of what can be done with a small budget but a decent script and some good actors. The cast is precisely three and rarely can a film have ever been made that has the entire screen time taken up by so few people.
Excerpt: A young woman is abducted off the street and kept imprisoned while her two kidnappers decide how best to extract the ransom from her father. The Disappearance Of Alice Creed puts a different spin on the kidnap story, concentrating as it does on the relationship between the kidnappers and victim...
Summary: Vic & Danny kidnap Alice for money. A few twists and only one actor remains in the end. Only three actors in the whole film and all did well. With so many kidnap films I expected more or less the usual, but this one is centered on the three characters and nothing more. Refreshing.
Summary: While there were good point to the movie - I just felt there was something missing - it felt like a half-finished film to me. Performances are for the most part adequate, but the sparse story leaves a bit to be desired.