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“the film has so many clever moments, an ending that had me laughing out loud – highly recommended.”

“Gives me hope for the B-movie industry”

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When two amateur crooks break into the home of a washed-up psychic, they get a lot more than they bargained for in this darkly funny retro British thriller

Adam’s charming and dare I say, off the wall comedy feature, ‘Sideshow,’ feels a lot like Ealing Comedies re-visited.
Its mix of comedy, pathos, and a measure of dark undertones are a delight.
Good writing and performances are on show all held together in the best traditions of cinema by sympathetic production design and cinematography.
It’s a challenge for a Cinematographer to capture the faded glory of once celebrated institutions and careers as it runs contrary to cinema’s grander ambitions.
But ‘Sideshows’ palette succeeds in underpinning the slightly prevailing sense of seediness that abruptly comes to a halt in its suitably bizarre clifftop conclusion.

Mike Fox BSC (British Society of Cinematographers) 2020.

When two inept criminals break into the home of a washed-up psychic in search of hidden loot, they get a lot more than they bargained for.