Reviews - Master Gardener
Reviewed By Claire Houghton
** Spoiler Warning **
It's revealed that he was a neo-fascist gang enforcer, and was set up with Mrs Haverhill as part of his witness protection program.
One surprisingly enjoyable aspect of this film is when Norval shares with us his great knowledge of gardening, as with a meticulous hand and unwavering devotion, he's created an idyllic sanctuary for his demanding employer. But when her troubled great-niece Maya (a superb performance from Quintess Swindell) arrives seeking apprenticeship, Narvel's perfectly cultivated life begins to unravel, unearthing secrets from a violent past that threaten to destroy everything he holds dear. The rewarding outcome is that he does find redemption and the film has a happy ending. If you had watched the other two films in this trilogy you'd have known what to expect!
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