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  • A compact British drama that does more with only three people and a few modest settings than most movies do with computerized bloat and a cast of hundreds. show more

  • Taut, superbly executed and consistently engrossing, The Disappearance of Alice Creed marks an auspicious feature debut for writer-director J Blakeson. show more

  • A skilled cast is Blakeson's greatest asset in his attempt to elevate his material above its pulpy limitations. All three are better actors than this sort of movie might call for. show more

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