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'Held': Film Review

A married couple endure a particularly horrific form of relationship therapy in the new thriller directed by Chris Lofing and Travis Cluff, the team responsible for the surprise low-budget horror hit The Gallows.

Cannily exploiting #MeToo themes and the opportunities for cinematic mayhem provided by technology-driven smart homes, Held proves an uncommonly thoughtful and provocative suspenser.

The story begins with Emma (Jill Awbrey, who also wrote the screenplay) being transported to a luxuriously modernistic, gated rental house by a chatty ride-hailing driver (Rez Kempton).

After enjoying the home's pleasures, including a swimming pool, in solitary fashion, she's soon joined by her husband Henry (Bart Johnson, here working in far different.

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