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United Kingdom, France, United States · 2022
1h 37m
Director Stephen Fingleton
Starring Moe Dunford, Joana Ribeiro, Gerard Jordan, Ciaran Flynn
Genre Drama, Thriller

Budge is a smalltime drug dealer in Belfast who has decided to go legit. All he needs to do is pull off one last job, which is easier said than done. When things go awry, Budge must race against time in order to free himself from his past life rather than face the consequences from his angry higher ups.

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The New York Times by Calum Marsh

The one-take gimmick — much easier to achieve now thanks to digital cameras —has become common enough that it barely qualifies as novel.


Screen Daily by Fionnuala Halligan

Nightride doesn’t try to reinvent the (car) wheel, nor does it really pretend to be anything more than it is. Fingleton shows us what he can do, so it’s efficient vehicle in the end. Like the audience, it knows where it is going. It all depends on whether those on board like the cut of its chassis.


The Guardian by Peter Bradshaw

There’s a propulsive, driving force to the way the film is directed, but there are some things that don’t entirely track.

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