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Lady Terror

Australia 2022
produced by
Nathan Hill, Warren Croyle (executive) for NHProductions
directed by Nathan Hill
starring Nathan Hill, Phillyda Murphy, Challise Free, Tritia DeViSha, Simay Argento, Anton Kormoczi, Adam Ramzi, Tommy Hellfire (= Anthony Cincotta), Leslie Lawrence, Robert Rafik Awad, Audrey West, Filagote Abebe, Callum Gault, Kimmi Moscicki, Tom Levi, Benji Wragg, Jarret Gahan, Rebecca Tucker, Nader Khalifeh, Crystal Yang
written by Simon Salamon, Nathan Hill, music by Jamie Murgatroyd

review by
Mike Haberfelner

Jake (Nathan Hill) is a charming and fairly succcessful lawyer - whose relationship with his fiancée Celine (Tritia DeVisha) is slowly going to the dogs, and it's not for his lack of trying. Then he plays good Samaritan to a pregnant woman, Candice (Phillyda Murphy), whose water has just broken and whom he saves from being robbed and takes to the hospital to give birth. It's a miscarriage, and still Candice wants to thank Jake personally - and before you know it, the two land in bed together. This affair seems to rejuvinate Jake, and he and Candice start dating, and spends less and less time at home with Celine. And even when Celine finds out, breaks up with him and admits to having an affair herself, Jake's hardly fazed. What does faze him though is Candice's abusive stepdad (Anton Kormoczi), who makes her life a living hell - so much so that she muses aloud about killing them, frequently enough that it should ring Jake's alarmbells, lawyer that he is. But he has long fallen for her charms and is easily persuaded to kill her stepdad for her, and in an especially gruesome way too, first shooting him in the stomach in a "hunting accident", then placing him in his own car and setting it on fire with him still being alive inside. For a short time there, Jake's shocked about his own ruthlessness, but Candice is quick to wash all his self doubts away - that is, until he learns Candice might have had ulterior motives for asking him to kill her stepdad, and his deed might have been way less romantic than it has seemed to him ...


A very nice piece of neo-noir - not so much in style as in story - based on a very nice script that rather successfully blurs the line between good and evil and plays with moral ambiguity - ironically after everything is set into motion by an act of pure selflessness. And the whole thing is told at a leisurly pace that gives its characters time enough to come into their own, but in a way where the characters drive the story rather than just being vehicles for it. And a pretty solid principle cast sure bring the whole thing to life and make it pretty cool noir entertainment.


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