Tilt (2013) – By Brian Morton

When I see that a rape figures prominently in a storyline of a movie, I tend to get a bit nervous. If not handled correctly, these things can get really bad, really quick! Well, I’m happy to report that not only did the people over at Silent Shout Productions do a great job handling potentially volatile material, but do it extremely well with their new movie, Tilt.

Tilt is the story of a man and his daughter. They’ve drifted apart after the death of the mother, but still live in the same town. When she gets drugged and raped, her father rushes to her rescue. As he nurses her back to health, he begins to obsess about getting the man who did this to his daughter. Soon, things are getting out of control, dad has rage issues and the daughter’s having nightmares and can’t remember exactly what happened. I’d tell you a bit more about the movie, but this is a film filled with twists and turns and things that you’d never expect. It’s a fantastic movie, well written and amazingly acted.

I’m giving Tilt 4 out of 4 cigars, it’s a movie that you’ll enjoy and then want to sit down and watch again…and, I’m hoping that, eventually, they get around to following the father and daughter’s story a bit further! Find out more over at: https://www.facebook.com/SilentShoutProductions