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A Thousand Little Cuts

USA 2022
produced by
Peter Foldy, Ron Wiskup, Josh Brandon, B.L. Fleischer, Rebecca Liddiard (executive), Elizabeth Vining (executive), Marina Sirtis (executive), Andrew Creer (executive), Colin Ferguson (executive) for Spitfire Films, Filmstreet Productions, RCR Cinema
directed by Josh Brandon
starring Marina Sirtis, Rebecca Liddiard, Andrew Creer, Colin Ferguson, Randy Wayne, Nazanin Nour, William Langan, Caleb Yen, Jaclyn Friedlander, Matthew Foster, Darryl Cox, Leah N.H. Philpott, Betsy Hume, Brooks Ryan, J.J. Arends, Carolyn Grundman, Kristi Culbert, Glenda Radigonda, Aida Johnson, Karla Shelby, Lorrie Chilcoat, Maggie McClure, Ginger Gilmartin, Leon Tullis, Justin France, Phil Reburn, Ben Richardson, Anthony Fulk, Ryan Johnson, Alex Holt, Devin Scoggin
written by Josh Brandon, music by Imre Czomba

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Anne (Rebecca Liddiard) has only come to the hospital for a sprained ankle (or so she thinks), so why is it that she has to see a psychiatrist, Dr. Atlas (Marina Sirtis), who's apparently the only one who can sign her release papers? And how come Dr. Atlas asks Anne all these details about her love life? And what's that cop, Detective Olson (Colin Ferguson), doing at the hospital, desparate to question Anne? Slowly Anne starts to remember, about her relationship to Tom (Andrew Creer), who at first was her everything but who grew increasingly abusive over time, so much so that she eventually ended the relationship - which left her heart-broken, but it's not an explanation for her injury that's actually not a simple sprained ankle but a serious gunshot wound. It's only eventually she starts to remember a "confrontation" with a jogger (Randy Wayne), whose earlier avances the had ignored and who has a bit of a temper issue. But there's more to the story than that, and the more Anne remembers the more painful it gets ...


A very cleverly structured thriller that manages to keep its mystery up until pretty much the last scene, and even though hints are dropped ever so often that there's more to the story than meets the eye it successfully refuses to give away its game till very late. And a very solid ensemble playing fleshed out and relatable characters keeps the film grounded, and the audience caring about them. So in all pretty cool genre entertainment for sure.


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