|Starring:||Eddie Marsan, Tom Sturridge, Romola Garai, Candese Reid, Shaun Dooley, Bhasker Patel, John Boyega, Nabil Elouahabi, Chris Coghill, Catherine Balavage|
|Genre:||Drama - Crime, Thriller|
|Run time:||1 hour 39 minutes|
|Rental release:||23 Jan 2012|
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You can't sit on the fence with this film: you either love it or hate itBy a customer , 04 Jan 2012
[Highly rated reviewer]If you read Dave Calhoun's review, make sure you balance it out with some of the TimeOut reader's comments. Here's one:
Misha B said...
Posted on Oct 22 2011 21:52
Loved the film, Storyline, dialogue. A truly talented British cast. Film making that should be celebrated particularly in the UK rather then a film critic feeling the need to destroy. Tom is perfect for the part and this is his most significant role to date.
Riveting performances hold our attention throughout this dark drama. Marsan and newcomer Candese Reed incredible.
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truthful and affectingBy a customer , 18 Jun 2013I found this film tender and human. There are flaws but the performances are truthful and affecting. I would reccomend this
reviewed in twenty wordsBy pablocapaldi (77 reviews) , 02 Jun 2013
[Highly rated reviewer]I'm a fully paid up member of the Eddie Marsan fan club and he brings his usual watchability and likeability
Heart Of JunkBy buffyrules (345 reviews) from southend on sea , 13 Mar 2013Underrated film that unfortunately falls away badly in the final third. Despite this, Marsden's excellent performance kept me enthralled throughout. A good claustrophobic feel but too much here not properly thought out.
Not for meBy a customer , 08 Jan 2013Not my type of film, just found it very dull, Marsan was a good actor though. I feel that this film should be a cert 18!!!!
The streets of LowdownBy mptye (46 reviews) from huddersfield , 05 Dec 2012Charts a life hijacked many times over. With the hijacked and hijacking hijinking at first, getting hi in the middle then hibernating at the end. Great performances but kinda wimpers away at the end. Ban hoodies.