Paul Hyett’s debut as both a writer and director is set in a brothel house amidst the bloody Balkan warzone. Given Hyett’s special effects background one may have expected him to opt for a monster movie in his premiere directorial outing but instead he has delivered a deftly serious film where authenticity and sensitivity to the subject matter are absolutely key. Fortunately, he has created a strong slice of cinema which is bleak, engaging, tragic and moving; sometimes at the same time.
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