End-of-the-century anomie or self-centered fussing and moaning? You be the judge. A gang of overprivileged British Gen-Xers repairs to a gloomy country estate to shoot an arty horror video. They whine about their problems and horse around on camera, then drop a ton of acid and do
stupid. Perhaps if the picture got off to a brisker start, someone might still be awake by the time the big moral dilemma presents itself. First-time writer-director Anna Campion (sister of art-house darling Jane) aspires to paint a portrait of a cynical, enervated generation. But
the cast members are so undifferentiated that only Thandie Newton and Mathew Eggleton ...