DVD Review: 1234

Posted in DVDs, Film, Reviews
By Sam Bathe on 18 May 2010

Likeable British drama about a nerdy guitarist, desperate to secure a record deal whilst hopelessly in love with his band’s bassist Emily, who didn’t really want to be in the band in the first place. The film has a certain charm and honesty to it, while connection behind the scenes to Radiohead are further intriguing, but it’s a little hit and miss, with a tone that never really sticks to mix it with some of the UK’s classic indie productions.

Film: ★★★★★ Extras: ★★★★★

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