If you’ve managed to see The Warehouse at one of our preview screenings or at the cast and crew premier please to do send us a review of the film, we’d love to see what you think and we’ll also publish our favourites here on the website.
Matt Gallagher Founder & MD of thecallsheet.co.uk
Saw a screening of this film recently and thought it to be an impressive debut feature. An unsettling story and well executed with natural performances.
The Filmmakers at the screening described how they made the film over a long period of time and on an incredibly tight budget, would be interesting to see what they could achieve with higher budget.
I was impressed with the some of the technical standards that were maintained over the long shooting period. The continuity, lighting, costume and performances were accurate and even.
The astute use of locations allowed the directors to create a claustrophobic atmosphere which was reflected in the lead characters spintail (back) into his personal addictions, while his family grow distant and into the arms of others.
There is genuine chemistry between the lead characters, which again, is difficult to maintain over a long period of filming sporadically.
Worth watching the film and worth watching the team behind the film for the future.
John Conroy, BAFTA nominated producer-director.
A taut and swirling portrait of betrayal and self-destruction. An ambitious and gripping film.