Aroview: A son-of-TRAINSPOTTING London dance-club odyssey, whose drug-fuelled vitality, street-patter and ultra-hedonism carry it over some smart alec scripting.
Displaying an obvious affinity for the subculture, Dir. Kerrigan takes the viewer on a first hand bender while eventually rising above the inherent shallowness of the scene to offer discourse on social dynamics and behaviour. No surprise is the killer soundtrack, almost a dance-music 'best of '99', incl. Fat Boy Slim, Carl Cox, Armand Van Helden and Orbital.
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4 stars (Very Good) Immature, self-indulgent, and over-stylised... but appropriately so, capturing the spirit of a particular youth culture with the affection and understanding of someone who lived it (and has, as a result, grown up just enough to now know better). Party on.~fairbrother