Reviewed by snakeeyes
on 18/05/2016 15:51

A grubby, fast-paced, energetic dive into London's LGBTQ QPOC club scene, the set-ups are scatty, the dialogue one-take, the performances game and witty. This is a film with a lot of faults but with a lot to love. It's once in a blue moon you see these kinds of characters, especially in a British film, and you get the sense that there are some serious budget constraints here, but the energy that whips you along is loaded with charm, and the performance from T'Nia Miller is an impassioned, knock-out one. History will remember this little film very kindly.