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Broken Lines | DVD | (05/12/2011)
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Upon the death of his father Jake revisits the world he walked out on. Upon returning he finds himself confronting all he has run away from and all that he has become. His return is the catalyst that propels two relationships four different people into facing where they have become stuck. Each of them is faced with having to move forward struggling between betrayal of another or betrayal of oneself.
Brothers | DVD | (12/04/2005)
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Brothers, the debut feature of Martin Dunkerton, is a ramshackle lads abroad film that proves that--while Britain’s youth seem to be forever enamoured with the myth of Ibiza (endless beaches, drinking, guaranteed sex and Par-tay!)--you clearly have to be there. Following the Greek-bound, “larging it” adventures of a group of blokes, there’s no shortage of gratuitous nudity, drunken dancing and awkward sexual fumblings, all colliding clumsily with Dunkerton’s attempts at turning the boys’ holiday into some sort of spiritual odyssey, and hampered by a poor script. Both Ibiza lovers and the undemanding will probably love it, but for everyone else, it’s cast-iron proof of how embarrassing ghastly Brit geezers can be abroad-- obviously not what was intended.On the DVD: While the Greek locales look stunning, the effect is considerably diminished by a poor DVD transfer, where glistening seas become a pixellated mess. Director Martin Dunkerton offers up a tepid commentary, afflicted with dreaded “describe-what’s-on-screen” rambling rather than any candid insight, while a 30-minute documentary boasting unseen footage is actually a series of TV coverage clips spliced with back-slapping interviews. The package is rounded off with the video for Angelic’s Ibiza anthem “It’s My Turn” and a trailer. --Danny Graydon