The Glass Man

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Time Out says

Wed Aug 24 2011

This horror-thriller sees Andy Nyman’s bankrupt, self-deluding City-type, Martin, signing a Faustian pact with James Cosmo’s debt collector.
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Tim H

Fantastic film. Nobody in that audience knew where the story was going. Andy Nyman gave a giant of a performance. You really lived it with him. Filmed with a very real life feel we left the Empire breathless at what we had seen. Fantastic acting and a great piece of script writing where everything ties up at the very end. It's going to be big I predict.

Tim H

Fantastic film. Nobody in that audience knew where the story was going. Andy Nyman gave a giant of a performance. You really lived it with him. Filmed with a very real life feel we left the Empire breathless at what we had seen. Fantastic acting and a great piece of script writing where everything ties up at the very end. It's going to be big I predict.

Emily

While the tale itself is highly relevant, there were too many minutes where nothing happened and the mix of comedy with the too-real subject matter made me uneasy by the end of the film.

Laura

Fantastic fantastic film. The Glass Man really focuses on a subject that will be raw with many people and does so superbly. Andy Nyman gives a performance of a lifetime as Martin who has lost his job but is too weak to tell his wife. The audience are forced to feel pity, embarrassment as well as witness his painful mental & emotional breakdown. Cristian Solimeno shoud feel very proud of this excellent piece of cinema!

Laura

Fantastic fantastic film. The Glass Man really focuses on a subject that will be raw with many people and does so superbly. Andy Nyman gives a performance of a lifetime as Martin who has lost his job but is too weak to tell his wife. The audience are forced to feel pity, embarrassment as well as witness his painful mental & emotional breakdown. Cristian Solimeno shoud feel very proud of this excellent piece of cinema!