Jenny has to work late hours to prepare a publicity pack for a press conference that starts a circus the next day. Also, after hours, the unnamed Building Supervisor (Simon Entwhistle) is probably a bit far from the office of an advertising agency and does not leave until after the replacement cleaner has fired Jenkinson. Colin (James Thompson) and George (Tim Paley: Tash Force) are in a good double action against two less security officers and compensate for the generally unpleasant characters who fill the bulk of the rest of the piece.
Lock In’s most obvious problem is that it lasts forever. Before getting the first look of the clown, or actually showing any indication that something was wrong, the 80-minute picture lasted 35 minutes.