Kaleidoscope (2016)

85% – Audience

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Kaleidoscope is a taut, psychological thriller that explores the inescapability of a destructive relationship between a middle-aged man and his mother. At the heart of this modern day ‘Psycho’ are some unsettling questions: Can we ever escape the role in which we are cast by our early circumstances? Must a perpetrator first be a victim?

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Kaleidoscope Movie Reviews


In Rupert Jones’ film Kaleidoscope, his brother Toby plays a loser with an ill-suited date and an impossible mother to deal with; might one, or both, of them have ended up dead? That is the mystery presented to the viewer; bizarrely, it also seems to be a mystery presented to the character, who seems to have suspicions but no certain knowlege of what he has, or has not, done. At times the film appears to be suggesting the existence of alternative realities, differently reassembled from the same underlying fragments like a kaleidoscopic image; but the idea is not coherently developed. Most of the action is set in a grotty flat that has not been decorated for decades; the characters also seem more like figures from the 1950s than anyone contemporary. I’m not sure what the Jones brothers were trying to do here; sadly, I can’t say they have succeeded.


Very good tour de fource of a killer Great acting , good script and images Why just a 5?

Good actors, but the script’s nothing special

KALEIDOSCOPE is a single location psychological thriller that takes place in a grubby flat occupied by Toby Jones, playing a typically awkward and maladjusted man with mother issues. His life is complicated when a blind date arrives at his home, at which point the narrative becomes fragmentary and the viewer has to try to figure out what’s going on. The arrival of the man’s mother further complicates things later on. This film was made by Jones’ brother Rupert and perhaps made to repeat some of the success of BERBARIAN SOUND STUDIO. I did enjoy the direction and there are some suspenseful moments, but the script is largely mundane here and there’s way too little incident to sustain the narrative. What impresses is the calibre of the acting, with Jones giving a layered performance but even so outshone by the excellent Anne Reid as his fragile mother and, in particular, Sinead Matthews as the date with a secret.