LRA: Cracks - Theatrical Review

David Weaver from Lights Remote Action writes: Cracks, which is loosely based on a novel of the same name by author Sheila Kohler, goes into some very dark territory that I wasn't entirely prepared for. This is as mentioned the directorial debut of Jordan Scott. While it may take some time (or never) for her to shake the moniker of being the daughter of one of the greatest filmmakers of all time, I think with Cracks she is well on her way to creating a rift that in the future will let her stand on her own two feet. Another point of interest is the films star Eva Green. I have been a fan of hers ever since Casino Royale and have eagerly awaited the moment when she would carry a film on her own. While I don't think Cracks works just because of her I cannot deny that her performance was easily the most captivating element in the entire film for me. With a first time director that has the support of two great filmmakers and a leading actress that is just begging to be noticed I went int...

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