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Blindspotting (2018)

Viewing Feb '19 ///

Changing tone seamlessly from edge-of-your-seat tension to laugh-out-loud comedy, this film is impressive, bold and gritty. Centring on a toxic-but-loving friendship, Blindspotting delivers on its change-your-lifestyle or pay the price premise. Its backstory being drip fed throughout acts as a successful vehicle to gain momentum to its climax that many wouldn’t see coming, veering away from classical Hollywood resolution.


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