to finish. Reminded me a wee bit of .
just a boring old political scientist. So what the hell do
immediately after the hold-up rather too neat and tidy,
lacking credibility. Abused partners of men don't always
rush at the opportunity for 'freedom', and may even be
totally shocked and distaught if confronted by Clive's
shooting of Frank. Asa consequence Jill's character is
not well rounded out, not enough emotional ambivalence
seems to vanish from the script and then appears
suddenly later with the Lorettes.
rather stark, stretching credibility somewhat -- especially
in Karen's case. Blown off a roof? And how would such a
huge wind have affected Clive's shooting?
had finally got their beans. But I think that the sequence of
Clive alive and then revealing his gauze dressings (one
assumes he was protected by a flak jacket, or were the
wounds not fatal?), should be reversed -- wouldn't a more
dramatic effect be gained by first showing a close-up of
gauze dressings on a man's chest, then panning back slowly,
to reveal Clive as the wearer, very much alive, etc?"