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IMDB Rating : 7.1
IMDB Votes : 71
User Reviews : 2
Date Released : 12 December 2014
Run Time : 96 min
Movie Genre : Drama
Movie Director : Bryn Higgins
Movie Writer : Joe Fisher, Joe Fisher
Movie Stars : Christian Cooke, Paul Anderson, Lenora Crichlow, Agyness Deyn

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Electricity A journey seen through the eyes of a young woman with epilepsy that brings extraordinary hallucinations as she searches for her long lost brother.

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Aesthetically challenged and solely driven by Deyn's performance, Electricity is an eye-opener to say the least.

There are not many films in Hollywood that focus on disability. So upcoming indie movie, Electricity is already something quite unique.

Agyness Deyn's lead character Lily O'Connor suffers from epilepsy. Since early in her childhood it has haunted her and fellow school- children didn't let her forget and took to calling her a 'fit- tastic-spastic' – it is fair to say that it was not a nice thing to have.

Showing the severity and unpredictability of epilepsy, Lily one moment could be on a pier preparing for a date – but next, on the floor suffering. Having it her entire life, she is now as used to it as you can be and explains that she is like 'Alice falling down the rabbit hole' … 'as the electric storms start in her head and her brain takes a tour'. But on screen we see it much differently, almost a POV, jumpy electric field. Quite like Doctor Who's Time travel, or Star Trek's Warp speed. Whichever it is, it impresses and gets the point across. Edited with many close-ups, Electricity is visually artistic and director Bryn Higgins accomplishes because of it.

After the childhood traumas, and now a middle-aged women, her smitten and quite self-fish mother passes away. As one of the next- of-kin, she gains her inheritance which is due to be spread between her siblings. However one of her brothers, Mickey, has been long- lost for many years. All she knows is a brief past and that he is somewhere in London.

Desperate to find him, and struck with recurring epileptic episodes she strives forwards with an innocent Taken-esqe style narrative (without the killings obviously). Onwards she encounters a completely unbelievable homeless woman, and eccentric characters galore.

Aesthetically challenged and solely driven by Deyn's performance, Electricity is an eye-opener to say the least.