Surge

SURGE

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Review: A stripped back thriller in which an airport worker goes on a bold and reckless journey through London of self-liberation.
Director: Aneil Karia
Actors: Ben Whishaw, Ellie Haddington, Hammed Animashaun, Ryan McKen, Ian Gelder, Laurence Spellman, Chris Coghill, Jasmin Jobson, Stacha Hicks, Jack Pierce, Muna Otaru, Bradley Taylor, Haqi Ali, Bogdan Kominowski, Lucy Thackeray, Pete Meads and Ray Calleja
Year: 2020
Genre: Drama and Thriller
Conclusion: 3/5
Watching this made me think how awful London is. It didn’t paint a very nice scene of London like some other films do that are set there. It all just looked so grim and bought the worst out. I do think that this is Ben Whishaw’s best acting. All the way through this film I couldn’t take my eyes off him. I thought his whole performance was mesmerising. I have to say that I believed in his character. He made the whole thing look so easy but there must have been a lot of skill involved to do this performance and carry of what he did. I enjoyed the directing in this by Aneil Karia. Before I started watching this I expected the film to be something else entirely. I found this to be a very well made film.

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