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Uncut (2009)

R | | Thriller
Seven people and their desperate search for escape unfolds through the eye of a single Steadicam shot in a riveting 90 minute, uncut take. Only one will survive.


Philip West

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Credited cast:
Jason Allen Jason Allen ... Panto Dame
Gabrielle Amies Gabrielle Amies ... Jo
Safron Beck Safron Beck ... Janet
Sharon Clancy Sharon Clancy ... Siobhan
Jason Denyer Jason Denyer ... Derek
Amanda Fullerton Amanda Fullerton
Keith How ... Theatre Caretaker
Annette Kellow Annette Kellow ... Audrey
Javaad Malik Javaad Malik ... Nathan
Richard Stoker Richard Stoker ... Elderly Audience Member
Robert H. Wainwright ... Nick (as Robert Hartley Wainwright)
Shaun Williamson ... Marc
Lois Winstone Lois Winstone ... Clarice


Seven people and their desperate search for escape, only one will survive. The last performance of a pantomime is held at an old, isolated theater in provincial England. The show has been a disaster, attracting only a handful of locals. The final party afterwards turns out even worse and some of the cast and crew slip away for their own private session in the creepy basement. Amongst the group are the enviable pantomime leads and real-life lovers Clarice and Nathan, currently not speaking, the womanizing director Derrick and the thirty-something, obscure stage assistant Janet. As their bash kicks off Derrick disappears, only to be found with his throat savagely slashed. When they discover that they're locked in the next victim dies. The killing continues. Paranoia grows. Nobody can be trusted. Written by Elzemieke de Tiège

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Not too awful bad, but...
19 April 2015 | by markjosephpeekSee all my reviews

The acting wasn't the best.

The film itself was interesting. A neat take on the old killer in a theater plot. Again, though the characters weren't very engaging because of the lackluster performances.

The camera work was a bit distracting at times and some of the characters pulled a Scooby Doo and kept entering out of different doors and popping up at random times. But the "one continuous take" format kind of calls for that.

It's worth a watch though.

Watch Birdman first, though.

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