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Prisoner Of War
Reviewed by: Jennie KermodeRead Jennie Kermode's film review of Prisoner Of War
Visually and narratively, Prisoner Of War works well on a small screen, which adds to the sense of claustrophobia and confinement on which it depends. Unfortunately the sound doesn't seem to have transferred very well and the levels are a bit off, so it's hard to make out some of the dialogue, which owes a bit too much to mumblecore.
There are no special features here.Reviewed on: 17 Aug 2014