Loaded ★★ Bloody Weekend 1994 (R)
Writerdirector Campion (sister of director Jane) follows a group of teens to an aban doned English mansion as they try to film an amateur horror movie. While there, the group decides to have some fun, with the help of LSD. This leads to some therapeu tic and angstridden discussions about each of their problems, as well as a tragic accident, which changes the lives of all involved. There's some nice character sketches, unfortunately they're more inter esting than the loose plot, which leaves too many questions unanswered. Retitled and recut since its original ‘94 release. 95m/C VHS, DVD . NZ GB Thandie Newton, Catherine McCormack, Oliver Milburn, Nick Patrick, Danny Cunningham, Mathew Eggleton, Biddy Hodson; D: Anna Campion; W: Anna Campion; C: Alan Almond; M: Simon Fisher Turner.
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