Sometimes Always Never

Clever people in a family who have lost the ability to converse, caused by a son who ran away after an argument over a game of Scrabble. The second son feels shunned.
A mystery drama, and it’s pleasant enough, but again a film that generates tension through inadequate dialogue – even if that is part of the story. .
Bill Nighy doesn’t play Bill Nighy, but Alexei Sayle in his 2 minutes, does play Alexei Sayle. (Alright there, our ‘Lexie.)
Wiki. Guardian – 4 stars.

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