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The star of the film is the story, which unfolds in bits and pieces as memories are recovered before a final twist that radically changes everything.
Radius presents a story shrouded in many layers of mystery that will keep the mind whirling.
... it maintains a sense of self-awareness and depth that sets it apart from many of its genre counterparts.
It's a high-concept premise that's initially employed to impressively engrossing effect by filmmakers Caroline Labrèche and Steeve Léonard...
Like a Twilight Zone episode of old, Radius opens with an arresting premise and then withholds some vital information, keeping you guessing right through to its shocking conclusion.
The movie's compelling, what-the-hell mood drains away into a series of disappointed shrugs with the occasional disbelieving snort.
Horror hounds, sci-fi fans and even just those chasing a good old-fashioned mystery will find a lot to love in Radius.
RADIUS is a fascinating concept and it is one of the best science fiction surprises of the year.
Radius is a high-concept movie from start to finish, and it relies on surprises to keep the story moving.
Radius could easily be disorientating all the way through. Fortunately, Labrèche and Léonard know when to step back from the questioning, and maintain a strong sense of momentum throughout.
Often, stories with terrific narrative hooks run out of steam, but Lábrèche and Léonard keep coming up with satisfying plot twists which take the film into unexpectedly deep emotional waters.
a literally, lethally toxic male [must] renegotiate his sense of proximity to or separation from the rest of society... recognising and confronting both himself and the radiating impact of his actions.
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