The Agent (TBC)

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Another low-budget home-grown product – a comedy with touches of very mild suspense – about an unsuccessful writer confronting his agent.

Decent performances (especially William Beck's agent, skilfully navigating a line between all-too-human frailty and sheer nastiness) can't disguise the script's shift from over-determined debate to unconvincingly twisty plot.

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