“[SLIPPING] concerns itself with the psychology of the delusional Albert Jackson and his desire to have a book written about him. He wants it to be a mixture of fact and fiction, in order to be understood, particularly by his two grown-up children. He wants their empathy but is sane enough to realise that he’ll never elicit sympathy. … This is an intriguing take on the murder story genre.”
Read the full review online at The Irish Examiner.