Sleuth remake – review

The remake of Sleuth is an exceptional film. It is a daring film and deserves the support of your wallets.

The original was about class divide whereas this centres on age versus youth. Law holds his own against Caine and the screen crackles as the two Indian wrestle each other in a two man acting competition.

Pinter’s dialogue packs more concepts in a single line than most movies do in their entire running. Branner’s directing, while slightly intrusive at times, captures the intimacy between the two leads.

One couple I overheard leaving the movie at the end said that this was the strangest thing they’d ever seen.

A job well done, I’d say.

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