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Newly arrived in town Nat and Gabe accept a dinner invitation from the volatile Hungarian Helene and her boorish husband Sasha. Whilst the other guests, ex-Bananarama member Marty, Angie, who ’makes bullets’ and the supposedly suicidal Danny are affable enough, Nat and Gabe are shocked by their hosts’ very public rows and Gabe’s attempt at peace-making is awkwardly received. Nat is taken aback when virtual stranger Helene confides in her about Sasha’s suspected infidelity and Gabe is rudely rebuffed when he tries to have a heart to heart with Sasha. After Helene physically attacks her husband the newcomers are desperate to leave but when Danny drops a bombshell Gabe is torn between responsibility and the easy way out.
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I liked the movie The Circuit, thanks to the boring dialogue between the characters and the really intriguing moment of their interaction with each other, 40 min minutes of time were well spent.
He told me about this movie back in 2016, but I managed to watch the movie only now, of course, it is plotting, it is difficult to restrain emotions while watching.
After finishing watching this movie, I came to the conclusion that for the broadcasting of movies in the genre of Comedy, Drama, some storylines do not fit at all in the period of time that is allotted to them, and simply require some kind of continuation and development.
Ben Taylor set the movie at a frantic pace, all 40 min minutes, from start to finish, the action does not let go, while it goes harmoniously, without sudden jumps and plot failures.
You fall in love with this movie from the first scene, Ben Taylor thought through everything to the smallest detail: a cool acting game and a plot, in which, in addition to drive, there is also depth, they catch to the depths of the soul.
Adeel Akhtar, Eva Birthistle, Nicola Walker, Paul Ready, Philip Rosch, Tobias Menzies, Victoria Hamilton perform their roles in such a way that the acting itself is not visible, it seems that you are watching ordinary people who just live their lives.