Red Road (18)

PUBLISHED: 09:10 01 March 2007 | UPDATED: 11:37 06 May 2010

Red Road (18)

Red Road (18)

CCTV operator Jackie spots a man on her monitor who she hoped she would never see again. Her hand is forced and she has no choice but to find the man and confront him. Red Road deservedly won its director Andrea Arnold the Carl Foreman Award for first fea

CCTV operator Jackie spots a man on her monitor who she hoped she would never see again. Her hand is forced and she has no choice but to find the man and confront him.

Red Road deservedly won its director Andrea Arnold the Carl Foreman Award for first features at the recent Bafta awards.

A touching and sincere tale of voyeurism and confronting the past, Red Road continues a recent resurgence in British cinema which has British culture at the heart of its storytelling.

4/5


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