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on 16 September 2017
Cass is based on a true story about a young black man who was adopted by a white couple during Thatcher's reign as PM. It is a low budget movie with fine performances by the cast. You will probably recognise some of the actors e.g. Natalie Press (My Summer of Love - brilliant movie), Tammer Hassan (Layer Cake). The soundtrack is addictive and the movie is well directed (Jon Baird - Filth).
4 / 5
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on 3 February 2016
Had a copy of this that I lent out a long time back. Should have 'sent the boys round' to get it back but bought a new copy instead. Fascinating studio on a Cass and the way that his life turned round due to different circumstances. An interesting study of an era in the 80's after the problematic days of the 70's footy crowds continued. Being a Hammer since 1963 and growing up with a disabled father on a council estate, made it a bit more personal to me. I'm pleased that Cass has since turned his life round, as I have too.
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on 29 July 2017
If you like non stop football violence films then this ones for you
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on 30 March 2018
Brill movie n insight into cass’s life
Good product price
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on 24 November 2017
Thankyou
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on 18 December 2017
This film is about a young guy growing up in east London and becoming a football hooligan. Not that this is a great thing to become but the film was made in such a way that you are gripped from start to finish, Really good film deco worth watching
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on 25 November 2017
Excellent
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on 7 January 2018
Not a bad film actualy
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on 27 December 2017
Okay. Not that great
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on 17 August 2017
Great film
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