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Annie Cusselle, Rebecca-Clare Evans, Kel Allen, Martin Howard,
A desperate writer signs up for a fully A.I. operated retreat to cure her writer's block, but when an unforeseen software glitch occurs, she gets trapped inside her unit with an unstable android and no communication with the outsi...
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  • 2018-09-07 Added:
  • Stephen Herman, Writer:
  • Natalie Kennedy, Director:
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8 / 10

Different in a good way

Here's a little gem of a movie. The simple, yet effective plot is about a writer who gets writer's block and goes to a retreat to help with that, but things don't go to plan as she is trapped inside with a psychopathic robot.

Be under no illusion, this is a slow burn and if you're looking for action, i'd advise looking elsewhere, but if you want an original, intriguing thriller, than look no further.

Yes, there is a very small cast and obviously low budget, but it doesn't really effect the movie too much and the acting, especially by Heida Reed, who plays said Robot.

What i liked most about this movie though, is the way it parallels the story the character is writing with the story the film is telling. Also watch for the credits, because if you have good eye-sight, there's a little cue to what it was all about.

3 / 10

i think i would...

Have prefered to be waited and courted by the staff of downtown abbey, most of all to know whos superior after all, and dealing with human flesh robots are in forseeable time a utopian reality, so a film made on a lot of will wont work at a lowbudget this film have had.. having studied the human race in a professional careere as a staff nurse, i dont see the misery of being cared for at my latter days by robots at the nursing home, maybe the ones AUTOBAHN sang about in the 70's , all in all this small cast feature crawling at the pace of a butterfly larvae, where the special effected caracters are so out of reach of the vibe of the plot that every hint of belief flies away , and it a boring fight towards the end.

Of course the film has a message, and the simple quote is that in the end you will meet yourself in the doorway, with all your past memories and that its more probable youll become like your psychopathic mum when growing up. Its also an essay about loneliness, isolation due to social media digital rather than real living being able to touch , feel and maybe kiss your communication partner.

Well im older than the digital age that grew and flew far beyond the reach of my understanding so bear over with a grumpy old man, if youre able to complete viewing this one, then youre probably lonely and depressed. I'm chronicaly so, just a 3, mostly for the main actress.

9 / 10

Had No Idea Where It Was Going & Couldn't Stop Watching

It's pretty rare that you actually find a movie that you just have no clue where the plot is going and is really unlike any of thousands of other movies you've seen before. There were so many ways the plot could have gone in this movie, but there was no way to predict the way it really would go. Any complaint about the ending is laughably simple-minded since after the path the story followed, the ending is truly a twist that, again, nobody watching this entire movie could predict.

You can't stop watching this movie if you believe what's happening, because it's a bit unbelievable. But, if you don't believe it, that means there's some incredible conspiracy going on. And yet, the longer you watch it, the more it goes on down that path you can't believe, the more it just seems like it really will never end, like maybe the truth is something else. So, you keep going back and forth from "it's a conspiracy" to "it's an apocalyptic coincidence" to "is this all in her head???"

The poor reviews and low rating of this movie are very predictable, the way most people sadly are, and the way this movie is in no way. The handful of people who made this movie really were incredibly brave.

Most people today just want something that is predictable and entertaining, quickly rejecting anything that is not formulaic, not a remake, not a sequel in an established franchise. This movie is none of those things.

It is unique, from beginning to end.

10 / 10


Makes a person wonder what the future holds. Very dystopian. Excellent. Especially enjoyed the performance of the blind mother. Sent chills down my spine. All the actors were spot on with their characters. Very well cast. The staging and sets were totally awesome and made the film so atmospheric. It is a wonderful British film and deserves to go mainstream. Just goes to show the British independent movie industry is alive and flourishing. Well done to all concerned. It will keep you on the edge of your seats as human battles Artificial Intelligence. A times it looks too close to call and the ending is thrilling. Definitely one to watch.

3 / 10

Blank and bland...

Right, well the concept of this 2022 sci-fi thriller definitely sounded interesting enough to make me opt to sit down and watch what writer Stephen Herman and director Natalie Kennedy had to offer.

Sure, I hadn't even heard about "Blank" prior to sitting down to watch it. So I didn't know what I was in for here, aside from what I had read from the movie's synopsis.

Let me just be the first to say that "Blank" is a slow paced and monotonous movie. While the concept idea behind the storyline definitely had potential and sounded interesting enough, then the movie itself was just a bland experience. Nay, a blank experience, get it? The storyline was too slow paced and mundane to provide me with much of any entertainment.

So it was good, at least, that the acting performances by Rachel Shelley (playing Clair Rivers) and Heida Reed (playing Rita) were good enough to make the movie somewhat semi-bearable to sit through. And I did manage to sit through the movie to the end, but I wasn't impressed, nor was I particularly entertained.

For a thriller, then "Blank" was devoid of anything overly interesting, exciting or thrilling. So it was a rather bland movie experience. And if you sit down to watch "Blank" with the hopes and intentions of being in for a thrill ride, then you'll be sorely disappointed.

While I managed to endure this movie to the end, I can honestly say that I am never returning to watch it a second time.

My rating of "Blank" lands on a generous three out of ten stars.