InescapableInescapable reminded me of a less perplexing version of the indie sci-fi film Primer, or a lost Twilight Zone episode written by Quentin Tarantino. It lacks the romantic magic-realism glow of Dockery's previous plays performed with Vanessa Quesnelle (who directed this production's rapid-fire delivery with well-balanced finesse), replacing it with testosterone-fueled propulsiveness. Thanks to its tantalizingly enigmatic script and compulsively engaging performances, Inescapable will have you crying, "What's in the box?" like Brad Pitt in Seven long after the curtain falls.
RibbitRePublic – Mississauga, ON, Canada
6 DATES THROUGH MAY 29, 20
Length: 55 Min
Rating: 13 & Up – Adult Themes and Language
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