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This tepid indie comedy lacks a consistent tone; directors Tom Dolby and Tom Williams can't decide whether to satirize or sympathize with their wealthy, self-regarding characters.
A flat drama filmed at a house that's more interesting than most of the characters.
The characters flutter about, argue and flirt, but they are simply too bland and vacuous to make much of an impression.
Clarkson embodies the longings, doubts and confusions of such a woman, without judgment or excess sympathy. She is just there, a fact, and completely believable.
All the possibilities of a richly drawn family squabble fade faster than the final days of summer.
This first feature from co-directors Tom Dolby and Tom Williams is too muted in its catharsis and too overcrowded with superfluous characters to be fully satisfying, but the delicate central performance keeps it watchable.
So much great acting is wasted on this pointless film about the woes of the very rich.
Indie drama about family dysfunction has mature themes.
Tone-deaf, tin-eared drama about largely unlikable people with lots of money and a lot of self-indulgent problems.
At least the scenery is lovely when it's not being blocked by these annoying humans.
A sort of modern Chekhovian study of family tensions over a country weekend, this indie drama is very pretty to look at and at times disarming, but needed more punch.
The film's attempt at political commentary amounts to a half-baked treatise on good governance in the face of tyranny and socioeconomic exploitation.
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