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Thursday, November 2, 2017

[6.00/10] Freehold (2017)

Freehold (2017)

Quick Review: Utterly gross and disturbing, if not very plausible, this low-cost revenge thriller impresses way more with its original idea rather than it's execution, but despite all the nastiness on screen, it manages to maintain the viewer's interest in an odd, uncomfortable way, thanks to the unique Botet, who delivers in a role meant for him. Set entirely in a flat, "Freehold" may be limited, but the director compensates with some skillful use of lighting and color, and that works well enough.

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