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A pretty decent black comedy/love story with a good amount of humour to. Set in the swinging 60's in East London. The girls from the band All Saints star in this along side a good array of English acting talent. The girls look to rob places up town to get a better way of life for their family but get mixed up in all sorts of trouble way above their heads. An enjoyable film catch it if it's on.
Purely an experiment to make three of the member from the girl group, All Saints, into film stars. It can't do that right. Not a bad story, but had the three princibles been given to professional actresses it would have merited more than 2 stars.
Honest is not the worst movie you are going to see but its also not the best movie you will ever see. TThere is a decent storyline but the script is very weak, i wont slag of the acting as to be 'honest' they do pretty well. They deal with all the needless scenes and come out with enough to hold their heads up.
Honestly.....not as bad as I was expecting. The acting is a bit hit and miss, but the films main testiment can be aimed at the way in whcih the film works because it actually feels like a film from that era. I just wouldn't want to watch it many more times.
Ambitious debut directorial from Dave Stewart. The interaction between the three sisters is believable, the same cannot be said of Blatt and Natalie Appleton's acting skills. The plot is forgetable and the nectar of this film is based on Nicole Appleton's performances which are strong and varied as her character moves from drug using to saving her two sisters and taking revenge on a wife batterer. The festival scenes are great and create a verified 60's feel as are the heist scenes in which the three sisters survive to drive away and live happily ever after. Non-mainstream and all the better for it.