Help (2021 film)
|Directed by||Blake Ridder|
|Written by||Blake Ridder|
|Music by||Ruth Chan|
|Edited by||Blake Ridder|
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Help is an upcoming British psychological thriller film written and directed by Blake Ridder, produced in association with Lucas A. Ferrara. The film stars Emily Redpath, Sarah Alexandra Marks, and Louis James with a celebrity cameo of Duncan James.
A painful break up prompts Grace to visit her friend Liv who is living in the idyllic English countryside with her boyfriend Edward and his dog Polly. The trio start the weekend in high spirits but soon turns into chaos, as well-kept secrets are exposed and the friends come to see each other in a whole new light.
- Emily Redpath as Grace
- Sarah Alexandra Marks as Liv
- Louis James as Edward
- Blake Ridder as David
- Duncan James as Jogger
- Stuart Wolfe-Murray as Chris
- Amy Jim as Barbara
Help was shot in a single location over a period of twelve days in 2020, during the COVID-19 lockdown.
Help is slated to release during summer 2021.
Film Threat reviewed Help, writing that "Be patient with the plot, including a story of a lesbian encounter that seems only to exist to be provocative. It’s there for a reason and plays into the ultimate payoff at the end. It’s worth the wait." Starburst also reviewed the movie, stating that it "plays well as a melodrama, but also has enough going for it to recommend to fans of psychological thrillers."
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- "Film Review | Help Is A Tense And Satisfying Thriller". HeadStuff. 2021-01-21. Retrieved 2021-02-06.
- "Help - Trailer". uk.movies.yahoo.com. Retrieved 2021-02-06.
- Wagman, Jed (2021-01-21). "Lockdown Thrills – Help (Film Review)". Filmhounds Magazine. Retrieved 2021-02-06.
- Ng, Alan (2021-01-10). "Help". Film Threat. Retrieved 2021-01-15. Unknown parameter
- "HELP". STARBURST Magazine. Retrieved 2021-02-06.
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