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Tunnel Vision

movie review out of 4 Movie Review: Tunnel Vision

Starring: Patsy Kensit, Robert Reynolds
Director: Clive Fleury
Rated: R
RunTime: 100 Minutes
Release Date: December 1995
Genre: Action

*Also starring: Rebecca Rigg

Review by Dragan Antulov
1 star out of 4

Today's popular culture might is obsessed with the serial killers, but this obsession is not shared by those who have to deal with them professionally. At least this is impression we might take from TUNNEL VISION, 1995 Australian thriller written and directed by Clive Fleury. One day women become prey of a serial killer whose modus operandi indicate artistic ambitions. The case is assigned to attractive female detective Kelly Wheatstone (played by Patsy Kensit) who doesn't seem to be too preoccupied with the investigation. Instead she takes more interest in a well-being of her partner Frank Yanovich (played by Robert Reynolds) who has recently married to the young artist Helena Martinelli (played by Rebecca Rigg). Yanovich becomes pathologically jealous and starts indulging himself in all sorts of pathological behaviour, while Kelly tries to save him from the wrath of Inspector Bossy (played by Shane Briant), their unsympathetic superior. In the meantime, their investigation is going nowhere.

Probably aware that the serial killer plots were overused in recent years, Clive Fleury tries to give some original spin by combining genres and introducing subplots more suitable for soap opera than for police procedurals. Unfortunately, this multitude of plots can't work in a film that is supposed to have only 100 minutes of running time. To make things even worse, Fleury shows great ineptness as a director, and because of that TUNNEL VISION looks even cheaper than its low budget would indicate. Multitude of plots in this film also leads to multitude of cliches, resulting in just another boring film with predictable plot twists. The only remotely good thing about this film is Patsy Kensit whose portrayal of policewoman shows another example of unorthodox casting. Yet this curiosity is hardly a reason why should viewers waste time on TUNNEL VISION.

Copyright 2002 Dragan Antulov

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