Latency (2024)

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Latency (2024). 1h 34m | PG-13

“From the opening few seconds to the final moments of the film, Latency takes the viewer on a journey that will entertain and challenge in equal measure. Sophisticated in both concept and execution, a film not to be underestimated.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eIt is hard to pinpoint exactly what genre this film is and that, I think, is what makes it unique. On the surface its is a psychological thriller with a dark and gritty scifi twist. Good enough, right? But thereu0026#39;s much more to it than that. What I think is really happening is that the director, James Croke, has disguised a deeply philosophical grounded art house film in the skin of a stylish, well executed, studio production. A reality bending trick like moments in the film itself. It is hard to believe this is the directoru0026#39;s first film. I look forward to his next.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eThe lead, Sasha Luss, is excellent as Hana. There is a truth in her performance that grounds the characteru0026#39;s journey of decent. This can not have been an easy role to play and we are treated to a performance that rises to the challenge.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003eAs with most films, I would suggest that you do not watch the trailer as it fails to reflect the tone and atmosphere of the film. You will be rewarded for your patience.u003cbr/u003eu003cbr/u003e-Tyco.”


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