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Sep 04

Trauma is told from the point of view of an unreliable narrator

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Trauma is told from the point of view of an unreliable narrator who is a bit mad so he does not even know how unreliable he is. It also contains hallucinations, non sequiteurs and events that did not happen in the story, outside of the story or indeed anywhere at all. It stars Colin Firth who is gamely making a fist of all this nonsense, but it is without a doubt the rubbishest film I have seen this year.

Sorry Marc Evans. I did like My Little Eye.

(By the way, this is yet another Isle Of Mann film funded production. I expect to see hundreds of camera crews in the background, filling up the Manx countryside with their poxy little films next time I watch the TT race. Really, it cannot be big enough to make that many films.)

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