This is a clever, and timely, film from the director of the gay classic "Like It Is". This is a more ambitious film in that all of the filming pertains to be done via CCTV or surveillance cameras. Watching the film, I'm not sure if that is true, but it is an interesting concept although it does make the film more difficult to "get into". The acting is good throughout and Tom Harper is thoroughly engaging. The storyline, centring around a royal cover-up, won't please royalists by any means - but is sadly thoroughly believeable.
Don't be put off by the negative reviews that have gone before. This is a fine film. It isn't a blockbuster or mainstream movie, but if you're looking for something a little different but still accessable, this is a nifty, fast-paced thriller.