Review: Two 4 One

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Two 4 One is Canadian writer/director Maureen Bradley’s debut feature film.

After directing and producing over forty short films, this is a stunner, and has been recognised with many nominations and awards. The film is a quirky love story, mostly concerned wih humanity and honesty. If that sounds cheesy, it’s not.

The film tells the story of a man named Adam, played by Canadian actor and comic Gavin Crawford.  Along the way we meet his ex-girlfriend Miriam (Naomi Snieckus) and his mother, the extraordinarily balanced Franny (Gabrielle Rose) as well as an interesting array of workmates, medical staff and miscellaneous friends and debt-collectors. A great laugh-out-loud introduction sets the pace for a funny and sincere look at how we go about living authentic lives. I can’t describe the rest of the story because its core rests on a gradual revelation, which I want you to have the pleasure of discovering by yourself. But if you can’t wait, then just have a look at the trailer.

Filmed in just 15 days, the confident pace portrays Adam’s life as he comes to grips with what it means to be a man, or as he describes it: “This is about me becoming the person I’ve always been”. His many endearing qualities, best shown in the scenes with his mother, are what make him such a likeable character and this, such a watchable film. Bradley’s excellent script and its dramatic irony, willingly takes the spectator along for an emotionally intriguing and humorous ride.

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