This is a great film right from the start when it kicks in with the jagged chords of The Exploited's 'UK82'. The acting is really good, although the language and content is definately not suitable for Mary Whitehouse followers (to hell with that lot anyway!!). The film doesn't have an ending in the usual sense, letting the viewer make up their own mind as to what happens next. This isn't a cheerful film but it does pose some interesting questions and each viewer will respond differently towards Trevor the anti-hero. Even if you're not British, this is a powerful film to watch - the facial expressions alone make this a film worth viewing!
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