- Details: UK/ 97 mins/ (18s).
One of those rare enough films that makes absolutely no sense whatsoever, Trauma is a collection of barely-there ideas and characters, which are thrown together in no discernible shape or pattern by its writer, Richard Smith, and director Marc Evans. Indeed, the latter showed a great deal of promise with the low budget horror concept My Little Eye a couple of years ago, but he's made a fatal misstep here. Unable to get to grips with the film, he allows not-very scary images to dictate at the expense of a dogged, involving plot. It looks fine, but that's about the best you can say for Trauma.
Review by Garreth Murphy | 09:00 | Tuesday 14th September 2004 | Movie Review
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