Press & Reviews

Without compelling performances from the two main leads, Brooke Burfitt in particular, the film wouldn’t have had the impact it did. Both characters are flawed and its very difficult to sympathise with either’s situation or actions but it makes captivating viewing.

By Any Means – Ramsgate International Film & TV Festival | MPH Movies

BY ANY MEANS Press

Brooke Burfitt does a solid job as Mimi, selling her bruised fragility and need to be wanted. The performance works well, eliciting a level of sympathy for the character as the story unfolds, while opposite her, Thomas Gipson’s Frank is equally solid, giving a little colour to a role that could have been played (and written) a touch more predictably.

Gareth Jamieson | @JamBooRee Films

This story is not too much, and has no exaggerations. The two main character are charming and viewer friendly. They are rather sparkling on screen.

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MOTHER OF ALL SECRETS Press

Burfitt faultlessly shows how Willadean is trapped through her desperation to please J.D., trying pathetically to be the “ideal” housewife he says he wants, and through her need to be in denial of his abuse

The ROYAL GAZETTE, MAY 2017

TRAILER TRASH Press

  • http://www.royalgazette.com/lifestyle/article/20170502/trash-talk-actress-reveals-new-role
  • http://www.royalgazette.com/lifestyle/article/20170505/trailer-trash-tragicomedy-is-treasure

Brooke Burfitt, last seen as tragic abuse victim in Trailer Trash Wife is cast in a role which is its polar opposite, that of Claire Sutton, special policy adviser. Hard, cynical and ruthless to the point of criminality, her character as loyal mistress of spin, soundbites, lies and cover-up artistry is utterly convincing.

royal gazette, april 2018

YES, PRIME MINSTER Press