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There's a good movie here about the peculiar bond between men of different social strata, but Lennox and his screenwriters, John Cairns and Michael McCartney, never quite locate it.
There's nothing really new in A Patch of Fog, just a sharp little thriller that escalates well before its devious conclusion.
A Patch of Fog mostly works as a taut atmospheric thriller that manages to hold some real surprises for the end, thanks to solid mise-en-scène and excellent performances.
The director offers up a steady build of tension aided by mostly nocturnal activity and guided by director of photography Matthias Pilz's hand-held work.
Likely to be one of the year's hidden treasures. Expect to see this surprising thriller on a number of 'best films you didn't see, but should' lists come December.
A Patch of Fog mostly overcomes a somewhat tired narrative structure through masterful tension building and a smattering of intelligent psychology.
Just try rooting for the author being blackmailed in A Patch of Fog. We dare you.
A new spin makes any formula worth watching one more time. Watching a movie just go through the motions, as this one does, is a one-way ticket to zoning out.
While some of the plotting may be familiar to some viewers, the story is a tight efficient little thriller.
It's an engaging feature, pulling off agitation with skill, but it's better in psychological gamesmanship mode, permitting the talent to make sense of strange characters locked in a cautious battle of personal need.
Hitchcockian and clever
A murky, mercurial tale led by two tremendous actors who bring considerable heft to a British indie that shows signs of real promise.
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