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Precious Chong, Lex Emanuel, Alex Essoe, Zach Gayne, Josh Mandel, Kyra Nicole Rogers, Ben Umstead, Shelby Chong (executive), Chris Morsby (executive), Delaney Siren (executive) for An Underground Jamboree, Industry Standard Films
directed by Zach Gayne
starring Precious Chong, Alex Essoe, Kris Siddiqi, Tony Matthews
written by Precious Chong, Alex Essoe, Zach Gayne, music by Doug Martsch

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Working on her laptop at a café, interior designer Michelle (Alex Essoe) is talked up by Linda (Precious Chong), a woman she seems to run into pretty much constantly of late, and even though she's desperatele to get rid of her to finish her work, Michelle lets Linda talk her into accompanying her to her home - after all, she promises her a job. Linda though soon proves overbearing, which is why Michelle looks for an opportunity to slip out - and is hit over the head with a heavy object. Coming to, Michelle finds herself locked in, and furthermore Linda has administered her a truth drug - and yet still tries to uphold the impression that she is just looking for a friend and is really only misunderstood. Michelle makes attempt after attempt to escape, to little avail, and eventually, when locking herself in a closet to escape Linda's wrath, she finds out what all this is really about, that Linda is not just a crazywoman but has a well laid-out plan that also involves Michelle's husband, a plan with quite possibly lethal consequences ...


Homewrecker is mean, quite mad, and it gets under your skin - and it's fun, really, as the script takes the humourous route into madness, assisted by a directorial approach that despite everything happening doesn't go full grim until the first act, and its lead actresses, who do take a light-hearted approach to their roles - which actually makes the on-screen goings-on only all that darker in hindsight. But if hindsight is 20/20, it sure is a fun ride to get there!


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