- Details: US / 105 minutes / (No Cert).
A sharp black hearted dissection of the male consciousness, Roger Dodger crackles with a real energy and intensity, and Kidd makes his point without ever resorting to sanctimonious moralising. The writing is exquisite - characters like Roger don't come along very often - and Scott gives the performance of his career. He's charming, cynical and desperately angry, which makes him both repugnant and intensely seductive. The only downside is that the jumpy camerawork occasionally detracts from what is unfolding on screen and when you've characters as sharp and well written as these, that's a crime.
Review by Garreth Murphy | 09:00 | Tuesday 12th August 2003 | Movie Review
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