When a scientist starts to experiment with a drug which makes him invisible, little does he know the trouble it will unleash. But the star turn in THE INVISIBLE MAN is hysterical landlady Una O’Connor, writes Eve Stebbing.
Potentially schmaltzy subject matter is not likely to leave an audience cringing in its seat, writes Eve Stebbing: HOPE SPRINGS was a five star film simply in terms of the tenderness portrayed.
This frothy offering from Director/Writer team Lasse HallstrÖm and Simon Beaufoy had audiences in Norwich hooting with laughter.
Time: how we use it and play with it… what we choose to do with it. Eve Stebbing reviews the second short film programme at Norwich Film Festival 2012.