Freeze Frame

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Released 2004

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Director:
John Simpson
Released:
2004
Rating:
R
Utterly traumatized by his arrest and near-conviction for a series of brutal murders, thirty-three year old Sean Veil has become a true paranoid. Convinced that figures led by a criminal profiler are determined to set him up, he has spent the ten years since his acquittal video-taping his every waking and sleeping moment as insurance against the day when they confront him with another crime, asking for an alibi. Despite all his precautions against the forces out to destroy him, the police eventually do come calling, and the one tape that could prove his innocence of a new murder has mysteriously disappeared...

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  • 70

    Los Angeles Times

    While the clammy character is difficult to warm up to, Evans' riveting performance gradually and uncomfortably allows us to empathize.

  • 60

    Variety David Rooney

    Signals a talented newcomer in writer-director John Simpson and boasts a gripping central performance from popular British comedian Lee Evans.

  • 50

    The Hollywood Reporter Sheri Linden

    Repetitive and ultimately a victim of its own hysteria, the U.K. indie is nonetheless an impressive exercise in high-tech gothic style, with a convincingly deranged Lee Evans.

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    Thrillers, Crime