A Man wakes-up beneath an overpass with a briefcase handcuffed to his wrist. He is unsure how he got there or what is inside the briefcase and as he runs back through time to remember the present, he realises that there is a reason why everyone is running from trouble.
“A Brief Case of Anonymity” is energetic, impactful and well-paced. Director Murray Londen has shown that he clearly has the potential to be the next best action director. This has all the grand elements of a multi-million dollar Hollywood no-brainer except this film has spirit instead of simple thoughtless flare and on a small budget no less. The action does the talking in this film with very little dialogue but plenty of heart.
Posted on July 1, 2005 in Reviews by Daniel Bernardi
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