The Seventh Dimension

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The Seventh Dimension
So, according to this operatically overwrought, single-location Brit conspiracy thriller, some of the UK’s students have their sights set a little higher than achieving a solid 2:1. No, there exist a determined few who want nothing less than to transcend the borders of time and space. This low-budget film follows a secret enclave of mismatched computer hackers who have their cyber-sights on the Vatican’s online archive, where they believe God stashes his dirty laundry.

Much of the film is taken up with said hackers determinedly hammering F10 on their keyboards and spouting endless pseudo-biblical Wiki-facts until some knives come out and it descends into a series of unconvincing stand-offs. It rarely coheres, but by the point that one of the key protagonists starts drawing diagrams on a toilet roll while maniacally whispering, ‘Yes, yes!’ to himself, all sense of what the film is meant to be about merrily flutters out the window. Marks for ambition – but as cinema, this is total system failure.

By: David Jenkins

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Release details

Release date: Friday July 9 2010
Duration: 95 mins

Cast and crew

Director: Brad Watson
Screenwriter: Brad Watson
Cast: Kelly Adams
Lucy Evans
David Horton
Jonathan Rhodes
Calita Rainford
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for anyone with 2 brain cells or more, the script is mindless mumbo-jumbo ... amateur night! Desoite that, the acting is good, is enjoyable and keeps you watching to the end.


Seen it, think that it works and is thought provoking. Genuinely quirky and interesting twists and effects. It is an independent Britfilm after all, and looks better quality than most I've seen to date. For those with an attention span of more than a goldfish.