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Film Review - The Guilty


Perhaps some comparisons will be made to the 2013 thriller, “The Call,” but the Danish thriller, “The Guilty,” is truly its own thing, doing something deeper and more suspenseful with the basic premise of an emergency services operator suddenly in charge of a volatile situation during what should’ve been a routine shift. Co-writer/director Gustav Moller doesn’t cheapen the viewing experience with chases and act-based escalations, electing to remain tight on the main character as he tries to manage a potentially disastrous situation from the comfort of his work station. “The Guilty” is suspenseful, providing all the nail-chewing moments an effort like this requires, but it’s also morally complex, with Moller delivering a fascinating character study to go with all the twists and turns.  Read the rest at


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