Review of Adam Neale and Jasmine Hetherington Wilkes’ Hidden From the the Night

October 20th, 2008 posted by admin

There was a really nice tone and feeling to this film.  There was a warmth and likeability to the filmmaker and how they came across.

And that really counts for a lot, ­ especially if telly is the route you want to take. (You’re gonna have more success if you come across as likeable as opposed to coming across like a bastard.)

There was a stylistic unity to the visuals of the piece and the editing hit the right notes and kissed the voiceover on the cheek in all the right places. There was a sweetness to the voiceover. It was very simple but really sincere. And this was all complimented by the music and indeed the sentiments within. Really lovely to see a film about a hometown that wasn’t wraught with bitterness or frustration. But that’s Brighton for you. What do you expect? Bloody, happy bastards.

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