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on 27 December 2015
Very good film with excellent, nuanced performances from the all the actors. Although a little too graphic at times, unlike many similar movies, the violence is not gratuitous.

Had this been made by a Hollywood studio, it could well have been a big hit.
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on 25 November 2016
Bloody loved it.
Get your magazine filled and your stab vest dry cleaned.
Here comes a shovel of s***.
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on 10 March 2017
accidental purchase but not a bad film
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on 8 August 2017
Disappointing. The scenery was not made the most of and Sean Bean's performance was disappointing. The story line is original but creepy.
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on 3 June 2016
Best film I've seen for a while great story not all that flashy hollywood garbage.
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on 6 August 2017
No problems.
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on 27 December 2016
Great film 5*****
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on 16 January 2016
cracking film, Bean is ace
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on 28 April 2017
Good film
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VINE VOICEon 4 July 2012
A small British thriller that looks at the hard issue of extremist terrorism in the current world.

What could have been controversial is handled surprisingly well, as both sides are given screen time, and some justification, although clearly terrorism is not justified, the film does at least attempt to show how young men may be led astray to do suicide bombings.

Shot stylishly with cold London landscapes, and also filmed with a no holds barred approach to violence, this is gritty film making.

Sean Bean as the vengeful ex soldier on the trail of the would be terrorists is brutal and aggressive (Right up there with his performance in the Nick Love film Outlaw), and when he's on screen it's hard not to take notice added with an emotional element to his character that drives him it's a great performance.

The script is surprisingly intelligent, handling a sensitive subject, and the action, which is perhaps the wrong way to term the film, is brutal, but this is no Hollywood blockbuster, so it's contained to a few brutal gun shoot outs and some very, very brutal fights, that are filmed with urgency of a Bourne film.

In terms of look and style, it came across as a mixture of the BBC tv series Spooks, a little bit of Bourne, and with it's political/religious debates, may be the Bruce Willis/Denzel Washington film The Siege.

A film that shows low budget, does not mean film making skills have to drop to a lower standard.

Well recommended, just don't expect non stop action.
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