Monday, 1 June 2015

I NEVER LEFT THE WHITE ROOM (a.k.a My Crepitus) ** USA Dir: Michael Todd Schneider 75 Mins

Having watched 'I NEVER LEFT THE WHITE ROOM' (a.k.a. My Crepitus) I have to say it isn't for everyone. Delving into the mind of Jeffrey our psychiatric patient we see all sorts of odd goings on as is portrayed through every possible scenario you can think of.
Interestingly shot and clearly made as a student film at the time, this film is not as gory as you would expect to see from Toetag Films for instance, but it certainly gives it all you can handle. I have a feeling that the director of this film had some inner demons to express, and express them he does. If you wasn't wanting to go visit a psychiatric hospital, you may after watching 'I NEVER LEFT THE WHITE ROOM'. This is a film that if you was to take some undisclosed hard drug you would recognise the visuals, otherwise leave it alone....and the drugs.

Review by Peter 'Witchfinder' Hopkins


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