The Hard Word [DVD] 
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"To put the hard word on:" to apply pressure, sometimes involving threat or menace
Meet the Twentyman brothers three wayward stick-up men who live by the credo "nobody gets hurt". The eldest and brightest, Dale (Guy Pearce) is the undisputed leader, whilst middle sibling Mal (Damien Richardson) is enthusiastic and dependable. And the youngest, Shane (Joel Edgerton) provides plenty of muscle, but with a side order of destructive tendencies. Released from prison for the umpteenth time thanks to their crooked lawyer, Frank (Robert Taylor), whos knee-deep in both the brothers affairs and Dales wife, Carol (Rachel Griffiths) the brothers are landed with one final one for Frank. The plan? To rip off the bookies at the Melbourne Cup.
"Sexy and clever
Guy Pearce is superb" -- XFM
" a wry gangland thriller destined for cult status " -- Sunday Times
" smart, sassy, dynamic and constantly surprising " -- Uncut
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His partners are Mal, the prison butcher and Shane, who suffers from fits of rage. Rachel Griffiths plays Dale's wife Carol, who has been unfaithful to him whilst he's been imprisoned.
What makes this film enjoyable are good characters and performances, great photography, a script that doesn't suffer from overbearing seriousness and a pace that moves. It's not really 'Reservoir Dogs Down Under' as the blurb on the sleeve says, but I do think this film deserves a bit more of an audience.
For the pittance of £2!! (current Amazon price), do yourself a favour and give this film a go. It's got more going for it than a lot of Hollywood shlock.