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Honour 2014

4.1 out of 5 stars (24) IMDb 5.9/10

BAFTA nominated Shan Khan makes his directorial debut with Honour, an urban thriller set in London starring Paddy Considine and rising star Aiysha Hart.

Starring:
Aiysha Hart, Paddy Considine
Runtime:
1 hour, 44 minutes

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Product Details

Genres Thriller
Director Shan Khan
Starring Aiysha Hart, Paddy Considine
Supporting actors Faraz Ayub, Shubham Saraf, Harvey Virdi, Nikesh Patel, Ben Bishop, Paulina Boneva, Nick Chopping, Simon Coleman, Amiera Darwish, Caitlin Joseph, Dan Munro, Aaron Neil, William Ruane, Adam Smith, Hayley Wilson
Studio Entertainment One
BBFC rating Suitable for 15 years and over
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Video (streaming online video and digital download)

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Format: DVD
Mona (Aiysha Hart) is a westernized Pakistani living in England. Her relationship with her boyfriend, as well as her westernized ways have dishonored the family. In the first few minutes of the film, she is killed and placed in a trunk. We then flash back to the events leading up to her demise.

An Aryan Brotherhood hitman (Paddy Considine) is hired to find and return her in the flashback. His normal job is to kill dishonored Muslim women, working for the community of Muslims while all the while hating them. About 50 minutes into the film we are back to where we started. There was no good reason for the flashback other than to confuse us and to tease us with some action in this slow action drama.

The film is a bit dry and formulaic. 3 1/2 stars

F-bomb. Brief implied sex. No nudity.
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The most disturbing part of this film is that this can actually happen in "real" life - and although dramatized, this film does not detract from the awfulness of these women's situations. This film however focuses on one family - and what they do when their sister/daughter "dishonours" them when she has been found out going out with a boy not from the Muslim faith and that she plan to run away with him. Mona (the sister/daughter) manages to escape from her family (watch out for the first 20 minutes of the film) and goes on the run. Unfortunately for her, the family have hired a "hunter" (Paddy Considine) to find her and bring her back for appropriate punishment. Its then that the film gets pretty good, although I think Paddy is wasting his acting talents on this but he plays the man torn between his hatred of "these people" and his need for cash well. His co-stars though don't really have the necessary acting chops for this but still its a watchable thriller/drama; but Paddy makes the film in my opinion.
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Film about an actual current issue, we need more.good ideas and strong performances all around. Alysha hart great, Paddy Considine is, as ever, great. Won't gush, decide for yourself.
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The flashback storytelling was a little annoying, but a good story and one that needs telling. Paddy is excellent as the sleazy 'hunter' of girls trying to escape their uptight, fanatically religious families who want to punish or even and kill them for 'Dishonouring' the family name for liking western culture or falling in love with someone from a different caste. Gritty and disturbing.
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Horrific, the idea (the reality) of 'honour killings'. And this film presents a window, undoubtedly. Unfortunately, with many an unreal scenario eg the holding on to a knife. Not sorry to have watched the film, but I guess it is very much 'a thriller', with attendant deficiencies (including the last five seconds).
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At times this film was very confusing - it started with a scene which happened 50 minutes later, moved to a scene which happened at the end and generally messed about with flashbacks all over the place for the first hour. Once it became sequential it improved enormously and at the end I enjoyed the film.
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I loved this film, it kept me gripped right until the end with a few twist & turns! Very well acted as well.
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This is an excellent film and does a brilliant job of highlighting an issue that is unfortunately all too common, but not spoke about much. All of the acting is great. I am not usually into British films but this one really is great. I would recommend it to anyone.
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