Confine

Film, Drama
2 out of 5 stars
Confine

Time Out says

2 out of 5 stars

This feeble sub-‘Sleuth’ Brit thriller takes place entirely in the slickly designed London flat of Pippa (Daisy Lowe), an ex-model suffering from agoraphobia after a car crash said to have left her with a ‘mangled face’ (in reality, she looks like she’s been scratched by the cat). A vague and ever-shifting battle of wills emerges when Pippa finds herself in the middle of a robbery involving Kayleigh (Eliza Bennett, trying her best with a terrible script) and her hot-headed accomplice Henry (Alfie Allen, mostly gagged or unconscious). The film’s many twists are vague or dull, while its attempts to wring meaning from role-playing and power games mostly fall flat. It’s directed adequately enough, but the script and performances are lacking, even if Lowe, herself a model, makes her feature acting debut without disgrace.

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Details

Release details

Rated:
15
Release date:
Monday July 1 2013
Duration:
81 mins

Cast and crew

Director:
Tobias Tobbell
Screenwriter:
Tobias Tobbell
Cast:
Daisy Lowe
Alfie Allen
Eliza Bennett