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Lily (Deyn) works in a dead-end job in an amusement arcade, struggling with regular epileptic seizures. When she and her brother (Anderson) are left an inheritance to share, she sets off to track down her other sibling, Mikey (Cooke). But he proves hard to find...


Offering little actual insight into epilepsy, Bryn Higgins ambitiously adapts Ray Robinson’s novel. However, he focuses on the plot’s melodramatic aspects rather than the heroine’s (Agyness Deyn) social dysfunction and defiant refusal to be defined by a disease.

Slick but a little superficial in its treatment of its character's challenges. But the actress does good work carrying the dramatic fireworks.