Film: Hairdressing comedy never quite finds the right style

In its attempt to combine competitive hairdressing with blood-soaked vigilante action, Rachel Carey’s debut feature film veers too close to pantomime

10th October, 2021
Film: Hairdressing comedy never quite finds the right style
Lauren Larkin, Angeline Ball, Ericka Roe and Shauna Higgins in Deadly Cuts

Deadly Cuts

Directed by Rachel Carey

Nationwide, 15A

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