‘Hope Gap’ review

'Hope Gap' review

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Hope Gap arrives as a rare modern example of the old-school British playwright brand of cinema, in which the camera is trained obediently upon well-spoken actors as they precisely enunciate their well-wrought lines. Aside from the occasional drone shot that ventures out past the white cliffs to scenically take in the English Channel below, this is a film that could as easily have been made in 1949 as in 2019, which to a handful of viewers will represent a good thing but to others will seem impossibly retrograde.

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