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Film Review - Disappearance at Clifton Hill


“Disappearance at Clifton Hill” supplies a lot of strange atmospheres for what’s trying to be a murder mystery. Co-writer/director Albert Shin appears to be inspired by “Twin Peaks,” aiming for border oddity with a collection of idiosyncratic characters and their unusual jobs. The production also takes inspiration from the world of true crime podcasts, embracing the slow showcase of twists and turns as a seemingly simple act of violence becomes a hundred different motivations and backstories. At the very least, “Disappearance at Clifton Hill” strives to be something, with Shin constructing a winding journey into a specialized situation of guilt, aiming to deliver a particular detective story that’s not entirely compelling, but has moments of inspiration, especially in casting and while setting a broadcast mood of sleuthing. Read the rest at


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