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Noir thriller about a criminal seeking redemption by tracking down the daughter of the woman he killed. Along the way he is haunted by his guilt in the guise of the woman’s ghost.
The Marker is a 2017 Crime thriller film written, directed and produced by Justin Edgar starring Frederick Schmidt, Ana Ularu and John Hannah with Golden Globe nominated actress Cathy Tyson and Chariots of Fire star Struan Rodger.
No one could blame chief Justin Edgar for not taking a stab at something other than what’s expected, his movies are varied, from the comic drama of Special People and We Are The Freaks to a stretch on BBC’s Doctors. He swings to inside and out more bleaker topic for his most recent, The Marker, which openings solidly into the expanding classification of dirty British wrongdoing dramatization, while deserting the standard London background for the Birmingham black market.
Like such a large number of screen cons before him, Marley (Frederick Schmidt) is going to taste opportunity and face the enticement that runs with it. The distinction for him – and the central marker of Edgar’s story – is that he is spooky by the memory of the lady he slaughtered. Youthful mum (Ana Ularu) isn’t simply a fabrication, she is introduced here as a genuine physical nearness, who we see from Marley’s viewpoint. The murdering wasn’t deliberate however the consequence of frenzy when he ran over her young youngster covering up under a bed.
The film concocts no reasons for Marley, who has a background marked by viciousness. Yet, as we are to find, that specific history extends back to his own particular youth and his undesirable association with posse supervisor Brendan Doyle (John Hannah), who is exceptionally quick to welcome his stray back to the overlay.
Phantoms as an appearance of blame are just the same old thing new – Shakespeare, specifically, was fairly attached to them – however Ana isn’t only a memory, yet a continuous goad to Marley’s activities in the present, especially concerning her, now young, little girl Jess. “When I get out, I will care for her,” he tells the ether.