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This review is from: Twenty8k [Blu-ray] (Blu-ray)
quite funny was going to say that it was weird that I got this in HMV for £11 and on here it was £17.97 but seen they've changed the price. Ha.
I was pleasently surprised by this film. a great little British thriller; if a tad slow at times. but the acting is good the direction. do love the Aerial shots of London.
did think the story fell a bit short with the many conspiracies.
but overall a very powerful and enjoyable film;
outline. Nagra's charactor a fashion producer based in Paris comes back to London as her brother is accused of shooting a boy. but she decides no he didn't and does a Jessica Fletcher and investigates (but don't worry unlike Jessica Fletcher she doesnt come up with truths just like that and at the end she doesnt bring everyone together and finally reveals the true killer)
The film may not be one of the best films you'll ever watch (though it could be) but i really liked this film, and being a huge fan of british films (well i am british) [patriotic salute to god save the queen]
I loved the story; the way this film was done. and proves you don't need a huge budget to make a good movie. nor do you need gimics like 3D cgi, as long as you got a good story and good actors a film can work. this is why British films are pretty good (when done properly) examples? Eden Lake, Rise of the footsoldier, this is England, Football factory, and so on.
i would recommend this film