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How far would you go for revenge?
When Tommy Nix (explosive new star Joe Cole) loses his girlfriend (Kimberly Nixon - Black Death, Fresh Meat) and unborn child as a result of a brutal attack by an armed gang, he vows revenge. But with the men responsible for the attack now in prison, he has no option but to follow them there.
Facing a tough, unforgiving environment where violence is an everyday occurrence, he will stop at nothing to punish those that destroyed his life. With uncontrollable rage driving him on, his quest for vengeance will burn all those who get in his way.
'Adrenaline-fuelled... action-packed' (MTV.co.uk)
'Brutal' (Time Out)
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Great script and honest, gritty cinematography - this really tells you how it is in a young offenders institute. I thought there was an excellent balance of drama, romance and comedy. Joe Cole is a talent on the up and English Frank makes a terrifying baddie!
If you like masterfully made indie flicks on a budget - like Bronson or Animal Kingdom - then this is for you.
I can not recommend this film enough. You start the film thinking that the main character deserves to be sent down after He assaults police officers.
What quickly becomes apparent is that His Girlfriend is a Probation Worker who was pregnant and had been assaulted by the scum of society. It's sad to think that youth custody is probably like this with lads out to prove themselves all the time speaking like gangsters, lashing out over the smallest of grudges. No punches are pulled, as everday life becomes a struggle to survive and exact revenage on those who done wrong.
Highly realistic, with a crystal clear HD picture and 5.1 soundtrack (you can hear the screams in your ear!)
Didn't check out all the extras, but the interviews were pretty standard and nothing special.
He is left with nothing but revenge on his mind so tracks them down to a Young Offenders Institution (YOI) and gets himself incarcerated to exact retribution. On the way he will have to deal with nasty screws, nasty inmates, nasty cops and some very nasty goings on indeed.
This then is a sort of `Scum' meets `Death Wish' and it is all done very well with a not very well known cast. There are some issues with plot and factual procedures re the police and even in the YOI, but that does not really mar what is actually a visceral and gritty piece of cinema. Special mention has to go to Shaun Dooley as nasty Prison Guard, Nash (`The Woman in Black'), who plays the ambiguous loser with aplomb. The language is all urban street and so for some they may wish they had sub titles, but it actually eases off as the film progresses and it all adds to the realism. Whilst it is violent, it does not play on those incidents as this is actually a moody thriller and the tension and underlying violence is palpable throughout.
The music is good, the direction is good and the acting is well good as some might say, all of the kids have attitude and pimp rolls. There is a walk on by a mad Scottish guy called Genghis played by new comer Brian Vernel and he was bloody genius, so keep an eye out for him.Read more ›
The remaining 1% refers to our hero's arch nemesis. He is possibly the worst actor I've seen in any recent film and his comical and stereo-typical movements, constant scowling and terrible ghetto accent were so unbelievable that it impacted my general opinion of the film as a whole. Whoever cast him is a fool, simply put.
Other than that, a very enjoyable film and well worth a watch. Just try to ignore the daft baddie ;o)
A violent drama with some good all round performances,the edge is taken off the film by some of the over stylized scenes,usually in the numerous flashbacks so we see how it got to this point & soppy slightly soft vocus scenes of Tommy & his girlfriend.
As usual there is the bent prison guard who buys drugs from the inmates & generally treats them with comtempt.One thing that really really gets on my wick is that "Lee Westwood" style of speaking,white kids who seem to be confused about where there from.
Worst actor,Tommys nemesis,who struts around like some steroid pumped mountain gorilla,with that rediculous "Westwood" way of talking.An ok film that has too many stereotypes,a certain style that really does not fit with this type of film & a pretty flimsy plot stretched to breaking point.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Good well acted film when it eventually gets going, a bit predictable but a good watch nonethelessPublished 27 days ago by Mike Meszaros
very good British film if you like scum you will like thisPublished 8 months ago by Amazon Customer