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After his father is killed in an altercation with drunken thugs, Salah's world is plunged into darkness. Forced into running the family kebab shop alone, Salah struggles to manage the increasingly rowdy night life and when a fight with an angry customer goes fatally wrong, he finds himself with a dead body on his hands.
With no faith in the authorities Salah disposes of the body in the one place he knows best… the kebabs. As the shop's gullible customers devour the new recipe, Salah develops a taste for the kill and seizes the opportunity to turn vigilante and seek revenge on the abusive drunkards plaguing the streets.
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Firstly, if you live in, or have lived in Bournemouth, you should watch this film. 40% of the footage is real life... It doesn't make for pleasant viewing but anyone who lives there will recognise the night time scenes. For no other reason because at one time it's probably been you.
So why else should you watch it? It's beautifully shot, well cast and offers a brilliant social observation on the UKs drinking culture. It also portrays racism in an extremely relevant and very recognisable way. But more importantly, the story is good. You can't help but like the main character, played by Ziad Abaza even though he does some awful things. It's got great energy. And it's funny too.
This film is art, albeit gory art, and all set in a kebab shop!
The lead character is very charismatic and he holds the whole film together. I've lived in Bournemouth for 12 years. The film documents the town's sleazy nightlife culture. I found the little details the most amusing - like the solicitor's advice to make a few bucks and then burn the place down. It's dark, but it's humorous, too. There's even a hint of romance with the lady who works as a local hotel manager.
The film raises topical issues: the experience of the immigrant, the problem of binge drinking and the degrading aspects of our 'Big Brother' culture. It works as satire - the viewer is made to feel revulsion at the depravity of the customers, but retains some sympathy for a serial killer. At two hours, it's not light entertainment, but these guys have made a film that's fresh and thought-provoking. Should our towns and cities tolerate such depravity on the streets?
Had this film on high priority due to liking thriller/horror movies and falling for the reviews.
A low budget film however I persisted and fond it watchable. Not a keeper but worth a dabble.
Brilliant horror move... one of the best I've seen.
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Brilliant British black comedy with plenty of gore,if you have watch Green Butchers you will really enjoy this.Published 21 days ago by Amazon Customer
Stunning cinematography, great storyline and script with just the right amount of gore. One of the best horror movies to be released in the last ten years. It all feels so real!Published 3 months ago by iMatt
Love this film. Bold & dark, with something resonant to say about our drinking culture. Long live UK indie film!Published 3 months ago by D Stack
Not to bad. Thanks. Happy new year. To you all. And. Thanks. For some great. Movies. Good. Work all of you. Hope to have. Some good movies next year . Thank .Published 3 months ago by trevor escott