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This confident, relaxed British feature debut by director Chanya Button and screenwriter Charlie Covell is a sort of millennials' mashup of Laughter in Paradise and Last Orders.
The icing on the cake is the breathtaking cinematography of Carlos De Carvalho.
It's not wholly original, but Burn Burn Burn is nicely acted and emotionally authentic. Button shows real promise as a director.
An unusually intelligent black comedy, this British independent film takes the audience on a road trip that's packed with surprises.
Overall makes heavy weather of its intended combination of wry laughter and reflective insight.
A promising first feature from Chanya Button -- there's nothing harder than generating a few laughs.
Often very maudlin, the film has a nice line in eccentric, screwball humour and at least some of the energy its title promises.
Though it follows a familiar path, Burn Burn Burn's strong performances and razor-sharp script make it worth the ride.
A free-wheeling road movie ...
Button makes the women's travels across the UK's landscape look thrilling and magical, particularly with her wondrous final shots of the misty Scottish mountains.
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