DVD & Blu-ray review: Flying Blind (15)
Katarzyna Klimkiewicz DVD/Blu-ray (93mins)
Friday 12 July 2013
“Has it never crossed your mind, a woman of your age in a sensitive industry?” a spook berates Helen McCrory's aviation engineer, Frankie, who has fallen for a French-Algerian student (Najib Oudghiri), 20 years her junior.
She is privy to top-secret military information; her dashing new beau, an illegal immigrant, might have another agenda. Katarzyna Klimkiewicz makes excellent use of the drama's Bristol locations and McCrory compels, but this is an ultimately unconvincing paranoia thriller.
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