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Plot: Down-on-his-luck Carter has recently become homeless, single and unemployed. Desperate to win back his ex-girlfriend, he goes off on an adventure throughout London to find her, picking up some odd helpers along the way.
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An unusual, ill-structured, unfunny FILM.
Terrible.. lacking charm and humor.
I can not quite believe HELLO CARTER made it to London Film Festival 2013 – The description in the festival book was cleverly written, it sold it to me, completely.
The plot follows: Carter, recently made redundant & homeless, well spoken boy is sofa hopping. The film then goes on this bizarre wild goose chase across London attempting to find his ex-girlfriend.
Sadly: The characters are not interesting or likable, the main protagonist: We never really care about.
The jokes are dead-pan and embarrassing. The film loses focus on the plot – It’s an amateur effort – A complete waste of my time, couldn’t wait for it to be over.
Charming film showcasing London
Catching up on a year of film and wanting to write a review of a British Film… after having the chance to view parts of a film that was invited to see as part of the London Film Festival, have decided to pick on film relatively close to my heart, about a character down on his luck living in London – step forward Hello Carter…
Advertised as a comedy by LFF, if anything Hello Carter was not quite sure what genre it should be; although that is probably more a reflection on us viewers and our need to characterise things…it did feel like a stylish rom-com that was neither a romance nor a comedy… maybe that’s what made it such a likable film, in that it couldn’t be put in a suitable box. Although perhaps in turn that was the main flaw with the film… as it certainly felt that in the case of the script, of being a case of more a sum of its parts, than an overall rounded story.
It’s fair to say the basic premise of a wild goose chase around London was a bit fanciful and some of the coincidences a bit unlikely in this day and age – but when accepted the story was just that (fanciful) & the over-arching plot was probably meant as no more a vehicle for more subtle examinations of relationships and chance in key individual scenes, some poignant, others interspersed with good ole British humour (well that was my take)… then I think that the filmmakers generally hit the mark and made it work.
The lead character perhaps suffered from being neither unlikeable nor lovable, whilst well-acted, Carter seemed safe and it would have been interesting to see a more volatile performance (or character) in that role…however there were a lot of other good performances and certainly whenever Jodie Whittaker’s character appeared, the film seemed to have more edge…perhaps more of Hello Jenny over Carter wouldn’t have gone a miss.
Alongside good supporting performances, it was the subtle direction and especially good camera work that pulled the film together into a highly watchable British film. It was great to see London on film and so well filmed…one of the few low(er) budget British films that I would recommend others to see. Hope to see more of this ilk in future at the London Film Festival. A Solid 7/10 from me.
Original Language en
Runtime 1 hr 20 min (80 min)
Genre Comedy, Drama
Director Anthony Wilcox
Writer Anthony Wilcox
Actors Charlie Cox, Christian Cooke, Hannah Lederer
Country United Kingdom
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