Voice Over is the most recent production that the BFI provides throught its inspiring Flipside series, as it was produced in the early 80s. The film is a psychological thriller providing a character stufy for Fats (Ian McNeice) the insecure and isolated radio anchor, who's driven by different women to take dramatic shifts in both his show & life. Obviously the film was poorly preserved, though the BFI has done a great job restoring it. The poor production value (a totally independent film) served the film on some levels especially when the director uses the radio to explain the success of Fats and his show. But in some other scenes, especially in Fats' last show scene, the film isn't ambitious on the visual levels as it is on the sound or the narrative level. Nevertheless, the film is a haunting thriller that is available now thanks to the BfI, & I recommend it for all the genre fans, and its a must keep for all Flipside collecction fans.