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A film that leans on more crime-movie clichés than anyone involved would probably admit.
Andrew Hulme's film does try to challenge some stereotypes. But it can't escape all the usual moody-faced hardmen saying "p*** off" that apparently make the capital their home.
Hulmes' film is intelligent and original, a debut of promise.
Andrew Hulme's debut feature has moments of tremendous raw power.
Paranoid sound design and woozy atmospherics accentuate the film's more experimental aspects.
Unfortunately the elements that are fresh and intriguing are the very ones that receive the least attention.
A progressive reinvention of a tired genre.
Not just another gritty London crime drama, this is compelling and credible with a convincing star turn from Frederick Schmidt.
The film's subtle, underlying air of menace is nicely sustained throughout.
This is an accomplished debut from Hulme, who is a film-making force to be reckoned with.
There's a lot of talent on-screen in this British crime drama by editor-turned-director Andrew Hulme, but the film never quite resolves itself into something meaningful.
There are a number of promising elements here, including the performance of Aymen Hamdouchi as Dave's best mate Tariq, but the film is flashy, uneven and shallow.
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