Ignore the poster this title has on here. It has nothing to do with the movie and is misleading... The film itself centers on immigration issues in London. Focusing on two Polish brothers Jan and Adam... Adam (the younger brother) comes to London after his father dies, to find the big brother he worshiped as a kid is no longer the guy he knew... Jan is now a hard edged bastard, plying construction sites with cheap illegal labor, and the cops are already on his tail when his brother finds him... Cue some serious mishaps. (one worker plummeting to the ground from the scaffolding.) and a crisis of moral conscience for young Adam... The film is interesting and raises some questions on the nature of immigrants in London. but overall, it's just not exciting enough for a cinematic release... Probably best enjoyed at home on DVD. Which is a shame because I really wanted to like it... Considering I'm in it. (and quite a bit to, My name is even on the credits. Not that I bet anyone would spot me) But yeah, it's a good film, needs to be seen. But wait for the DVD I reckon. Probably plays better on the small screen.