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Read Nia Childs’ 5 star review of For Those in Peril


04 October 2013

"the cloud of grief that will consume you after viewing will be hard to shake

There has been a lot to get excited about in British cinema in recent years, but it has to be recognised that For Those in Peril, the debut feature from writer / director Paul Wright is truly leading the way.  For those who may be searching for something more than the bleak imagery that is commonplace in British films, For Those in Peril is truly a unique and remarkable contribution.
It’s still bleak by all means, and in fact the cloud of grief that will consume you after viewing will be hard to shake, but what your left with is the knowledge that you have witnessed a piece of cinema that will truly be remembered as a masterpiece.

Aaron, played by the exceptional George Mackay, has been ostracised by his community after a fishing accident claims the lives of a group of young men, including his older brother. He is blamed for the accident, and seen as a sort of curse on the superstitious townsfolk of the village.
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