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Punk is a great subject for a documentary, and Nigel Askew's documentary occasionally glimmers with excitement.
Burning something of value is not exactly a new idea. The KLF, anyone? Vivienne Westwood is probably aware of this, but her son Joe Corré is so seemingly self-obsessed, he thinks setting fire to an estimated £5M of punk memorabilia (mainly his mum's fashion) is a radical and shocking action.
There is a lot of hot air here, and not just from the smouldering…
Respect to the filmmakers for creating a sense of dread on a low budget, but Homebound, sadly, is unsatisfying in so many ways.
The story is modest, much like its 70-minute running time, so you get the impression this would have worked more in a one-off TV drama.
The mood echoes back to a very British 70's or early 80's Tales Of The Unexpected, which some horror fans will appreciate, but it doesn't really stand up against other modern-day horrors which are doing something far more original.
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Simon Rex brilliantly plays someone that talks a lot of bullshit and has no substance.
The writing is funny as well as accurate.
Sean Baker follows up The Florida Project with more of a comedic brush, but the surroundings are raw and bleak.
So good you will want to watch it again.
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