Chained is an early contender for most violent film of the year and it owes much of this to what happens off- rather than on-camera. Throughout Jennifer Lynch’s latest film there is a sense of foreboding and an ominous thread of terror. Viewers will find themselves on the edge of their seat, uneasy and waiting unknowingly for a sharp, swift punch of dread as they are drip-fed repulsion and difficulty truths about the human condition.
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