Trap For Cinderella (2013)
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as Aunt Elinor
as Dr. Sylvie Wells
as Young Do
as Young Micky
as Do's Mother
as Dr. Müller
as Jean Claude
as Do's Father
as Pub Waitress
as Chance's Receptionist
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The erotic thriller "Trap for Cinderella" is neither erotic nor thrilling, but rather reliant on cheap nudity and multiple mistaken-identity switcheroos in hopes of keeping us on edge.
Softley negotiates layers of deceit with skill, but an uncharacteristic visual and narrative tightness leaves one wondering what might have been.
The plot is ludicrously far-fetched, but despite some plodding dialogue, committed performances from leads Tuppence Middleton and Alexandra Roach make this tale of jealousy and betrayal a heady treat.
Despite some strong performances and an interesting style, there are just too many holes in the story, keeping Trap For Cinderella from being a completely compelling thriller.
Initially intriguing, but essentially a forgettable B-movie that's more exhausting and frustrating than fun or suspenseful.
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One line summary: Fraud, deceit, and bullying aplenty; good story telling, not so much. ------------------- Mickey and Domenica meet each other after a number of years. Do is a bank employee; Mickey is a photographer who lives as if she were rich. Do quits her job, and they get to know each other somewhat. They decide to get together at a house where they had common experiences as children. There is a terrible fire. One of them is killed, and the other gets amnesia and burns on her face. As 'Mickey' recovers her memory, and recovers from reconstructive surgery, we switch to flashbacks of when the two had just met each other again. Then there are further flashbacks to the estate where there was a near drowning incident when Do and Mickey were pre-teens. Mickey was blamed for this and a subsequent event that was at least as bad. They do not see each other for years, partly at Do's family's insistence. In the depths of these flashbacks, a plot is hatched. Will it succeed? -----Scores----- Cinematography: 7/10 Mostly good, parts excellent, but sometimes in shaky camera mode, which looked horrid. Sound: 3/10 Bad sound leveling. Acting: 2/10 There was acting? The characters were repellant, but not engaging. I hoped the trap would spring on Cinderella so that the film would end. Screenplay: 4/10 Neither the pacing nor the labyrinth of flashbacks and reinterpretations were engaging. I had a strong hope that all the main characters would be terminated with extreme prejudice.
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