NUCLEAR FALLOUT: Youngsters -- predictably -- ignore all reason and visit a toxic town deserted since the Chernobyl disaster, in director Bradley Parker's debut, which at least has a few moments of brilliance.
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Cliched directorial debut has too few surpises, says Alison Rowat
Dir: Bradley Parker
With: Jesse McCartney, Olivia Dudley, Jonathan Sadowski
Running time: 87 minutes
DESPITE the silly amount of money it makes from them, cinema is awfully mean to young people. When not portraying them as hoodies you'd not want to hug (Ben Drew's recent Ill Manors), or callow and sex-obsessed (American Pie and every other teen comedy), film-makers like nothing more than taking a group of youthful sorts and scaring the skinny jeans off them.
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