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Melodramatic soap opera.
Capturing the energy of club culture on screen is notoriously difficult. This stale production shouldn't even have tried.
It all has the feel of someone ticking boxes at the funding stage.
Almost everything in the film is pretty familiar...
Huda's film avoids the culture clash laughs of an East Is East to deliver a straight-faced drama that fails to engage.
Disappointing, seen-it-all-before British drama that assembles the usual clichés but fails to do anything interesting with them, thanks to a simplistic script, dull direction and some dodgy editing decisions.
A couple of nice performances and an earnest message about being yourself are kiboshed by a distinct whiff of déja vu.
Ash's fusion of beats and vintage Bollywood soundtracks could have been a neat key for dealing with some worthwhile issues, except it sounds about 15 years out of date.
Fitting neither the gritty urban drama mould, nor the tongue-in-cheek one leaves audiences laughing when they're not meant to be.
Not only draws fine performances from a solid ensemble, but also makes shrewd use of Brian Tufano's evocative camerawork to convey a palpable sense of place and community.
Everywhere & Nowhere's director Menhaj Huda says that getting the film made felt like "a long journey". Try watching it, son.
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