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Wall Of Silence [DVD]

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  • Actors: John Lunn, Philip Davis, Ross Boatman, Jay Simpson, Stephanie Leonidas
  • Directors: Christopher Menaul
  • Producers: Saurabh Kakkar
  • Format: PAL
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 2 (This DVD may not be viewable outside Europe. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Classification: 15
  • Studio: ITV Studios
  • DVD Release Date: 21 May 2007
  • Run Time: 97 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (41 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000KAQ2OI
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: 13,310 in DVD & Blu-ray (See Top 100 in DVD & Blu-ray)

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Feature length television drama starring James Nesbitt. 17-year-old Jamie Robe's (Calum Callaghan) only crime was to stumble into the wrong housing

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a fantastic movie james nessbit played stuart robe very well the details were perfect, i would know i was there. Im barry robe stuarts brother and jamies uncle, made me upset but im glad a movie was made it had to be told about these low life people hiding behind a Wall of silence BR
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Wall of silence is a true story about a boy who is murdered by a gang of teenage thugs. There were many witnesses to the crime. At first the police encounter a wall of silence from the community the teenagers have terrorised. Due to a brave campaign led by the boy's father the wall of silence begins to crack. Though very sad throughout it is an inspiring story about how a community can stand up to and defeat bullies.
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The fact this was a true story was daunting but they did an outstanding job,James Nesbitt was wonderful in the role,well worth watching
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With the recent riots highlighting the horrifying level of gangland urban violence in England this dramatised account of the savage street murder of 17 year old Jamie Robe in 1997 and the strenuous efforts to bring his killers to justice must be mandatory viewing. Excellently written and directed, and supported by the usual impeccable performances one has come to expect from the likes of Nesbitt, Davis et alia, this film does not make for easy entertainment. If there is one slight criticism to be levelled, it might be that this unflinching re-enactment can perhaps err of the side of being overly issue-led. But with precisely such issues currently at the forefront of any decent citizen's mind, that can be no bad thing and certainly does not detract from the quality of this outstanding drama.
Incidentally, for the benefit of the nine million of us in the UK who are deaf, and those non-mother-tongue English speakers, this DVD has English subtitles.
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I watched this only a few hours ago and found it very well acted and directed, as would be expected from such an excellent team. It is also moving and disturbing at the same time. I recall several times as an unpopular, geeky, schoolkid being surrounded by groups of thugs bent on violence, and the feeling of utter helplessness as parents, teachers and police were unable to help or stop it. The movie reflects just those feelings, and the dilemma that good but frightened people have when deciding whether to come forward or not as witnesses. It is sad that these events are not reducing in number, despite all the 'zero tolerance' measures in place and the many attempts to educate violent youths, and so movies like this will probably have to go on being made. If so, I hope they are all as good as this one.
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Based on real events, this gripping drama is both gripping and disturbing. When 17-year-old Jamie Robe is brutally murdered on a housing estate in South-East London the Police face a wall of silence. The story charts the battle of his father Stuart Robe and DI Tony Cottis as they fight to break down the wall of silence. The disturbing portrayal of gangs of teenage filth brutally murdering Jamie and the lowlife scum on the estate where they live is frightening because of its total accuracy to gangs of feral who inhabit every town nowadays. Even worse is the attitude of adults on the estate who seek to protect the killers. No spoilers but this is a gripping watch with some truly tear jerking moments which will have the viewer sad and angry in equal measure. James Nesbitt and Phil Davis give excellent performances as usual.
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This is a brilliant film. Well played by the actors and showing the harrowing time the family, police and witnesses went through. The film shows how mob mentality gets out of hand and how anti social behavior has an adverse effect on not just the community but for the wider community as a whole.
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Thought I'd fire off a quick review for this one since it was very good (and I like writing reviews). I first saw it when it was originally shown on ITV, at a time when I was living in a rough area and could relate to the plight of the people in that neighbourhood.

Superb ITV TV drama set around the Jamie Robe case a number of years ago, excellent acting by James Nesbitt. I also enjoyed the performance of the antagonists, very convincing.
In all I thought the movie itself nicely highlighted one of the fundamental problems with the crime troubles in these areas in that the good majority are very often too powerless and scared to stand up to the bad minority, therefore will suffer in silence. The difficulty for that good majority is that the bad minority work outside the law and socially acceptable behaviour, plus usually have the added advantage of a large number of mates they can call on at very short notice.

Anyway I won't go on, just add to say good drama, excellent acting and one to get the blood up.
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