Red Road [DVD] 
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Cannes Prix du Jury-winning Scottish noir thriller about a Glasgow CCTV operator who ends up stalking a man she sees on screen. Andrea Arnold's first full-length feature after winning an Academy Award for her short film, 'Wasp', follows Jackie (Kate Dickie) a Glasgow CCTV control-room operator. One day, watching the monitors, she sees a man (Dickie Curran) she knows but is trying to forget and is soon helplessly outside her jurisdiction and brief, stalking the man, on camera, back to his flat. Eventually she crosses the line and goes to the address, meeting a young man (Martin Compston) whom, she finds out, lives there along with her subject.
Its brave, confident, film making
incredibly bold and distinctly promising (5 stars - Film Of The Week) -- Time Out
A work of extraordinary tension .this is the work of a potent new film-maker of world class (4 stars) -- Evening Standard (4 stars)
Andrea Arnolds superb debut...the best made film in Britain this year(5 stars) -- The Independent
Gripping drama the strongest film at this years Cannes Film Festival(4 stars) -- Heat
Riveting revenge drama is this weeks must-see movie(4 'dogs') -- The Sun
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particular man she believes may be a criminal (shades of 'Rear Window'). She personally starts to
track him, wrapping us up in her voyeurism.
Gradually, piece by piece, the whys behind the story fall into place, and we are ultimately lead to some
very emotional territory. Perhaps the ending twists are a bit pat, or quick, but they worked for me. If
Mike Leigh made a Hitchcock film, it might be something like this. (An amazing version of `Love Will
Tear Us Apart' over the end credits gave me shivers).
Tremendously impressive for a first feature (or a 10th feature for that matter!).
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