Soundtrack Festival 2008: Abraham’s Point

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Mackenzie Crook plays a young man with a stupid name, Comet Snape, an antique dealer who is constantly haunted by his past, as he drives back to West Wales. On the way home, he faces deception, theft, and his past.

Snape nicks a grandfather clock and sets off to bring it back to his dying father.

Abraham’s Point has some great shots, showcasing some gorgeous landscapes.

Mackenzie goes phone it in a little, but he holds it all together with his watchabilty.

I found the plot had some lame moments, and it was a tad too long, but a decent film nonetheless.

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