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a rather mixed film this. The acting is great, (the scenes with Marc Warren stand out a lot) The script is in places a bit loose and the central romance is completely unbelieveable. However the soundtrack is great and visually its never stale. Over all this is worth watching just for Warren's skinhead singing along to The Damned. However the content is not for the squeamish and the whole section in Ireland is very forced, worth getting from the video shop.
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