Nick Schager Reviews Assassin’s Bullet

Fans of incessant flashbacks and endless whooshing zooms into close-ups will find much to love about Assassin’s Bullet; less satisfied, alas, will be those with a fondness for lucid plotting, compelling intrigue, and credible performances. Director Isaac Florentine can’t go five minutes without indulging in a sudden, jarring jump back in time to the death of Vicky’s (Elika Portnoy) parents at the hands of a suicide bomber, a childhood tragedy that she continues to wrestle with as an adult on the couch of therapist Dr. Kahn (Timothy Spall) in Sofia,Bulgaria.

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