Mary Poppins Returns
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It's not all convincing. Campbell-Hughes (remote, brittle) is odd casting ... But once we're in the bedroom, the film takes on a shocking, bold air.
Looks dirtily chic and boasts an unsurprisingly sharp soundtrack, but is on less sure footing with its credibility-straining delineation of a sadomasochistic relationship.
Sensual, provocative and (yes!) dangerously romantic.
Kieran Evans' Kelly + Victor is an intense study of the fine line between tenderness and aggression in romantic relationships.
Well directed by Kieran Evans and acted with searing honesty.
An uncompromisingly tough watch, a tale of hard drugs and even stronger sex set in Liverpool.
Evans has a feel for mood, but it'd be wrong to mistake atmosphere for psychological depth; Kelly + Victor could've been so much more than what it ultimately achieves.
Antonia Campbell-Hughes and Julian Morris are impressively raw and unguarded as the doomed lovers, their nerves exposed for all to see as the roots of their angst are increasingly laid bare.
An unabashedly full-frontal exploration of sex and sexuality that's weighed down by distracting subplots.
There's something very unsentimental and provocative being served up along with the romance in this love story from writer-director Kieran Evans.
Between bed scenes the film dulls out a little: meandering Liverpool walkabouts scored for dirge-like synthesisers. (The 60s-era Art Movie Handbook.) Whenever we are in the bedroom, though, the story catches fire . . .
Kieran Evans' British romance is an occasionally shocking, often excellent ode to nihilistic love.
'Kelly + Victor'. The pleasure and pain of all sorts of abuse. Not your average love story!
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