The Goob (2015)
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Despite the wide-open scenery, the film exerts a forceful, pressure-cooker sense of claustrophobic inevitability.
The Goob is less about linear narrative than presenting a fragmentary drift of events and a spirit of place that's deeply claustrophobic.
Doesn't quite live up to its early promise, but still a solid debut from first-time British writer/director.
Some typical Britfilm flourishes are present and correct - moody shots of the Goob whipping through the long grass, brandishing a stick - but the Norfolk setting, its sincere leads and an affecting score keep things a touch above the usual.
The writer-director Guy Myhill brings an engaging mix of abrasiveness and lyricism to a film that seems at times like a British equivalent to David Gordon Green's early films.
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