London in the fifties: a young singer is the star in a night club and is the owner's protegé. The latter has also a son, Baby, who, thanks to his father's morbid attentions is considered a halfwit by everybody. An old gay gangster has Baby's father horribly killed since he wants the singer's attentions all for himself. Written by
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After the bike has been thrown off the roof, its position changes by the second shot. The front wheel, which had rolled across the road, is also lying next to the frame by the time a crowd hesitantly approaches. See more »
I so thoroughly enjoyed this movie I thought the acting was excellent I found it very gripping and tense and unpredictable. Some one had made very negative comments about Ewen Bremner in their review...........they were really unfounded. I just wish some one would cast him as some psycho bad guy I'm fed up of seeing him as the inept fall guy there is much more to this actor.
I found the dialogue an authentic portrayal of wanna be thugs and small time crooks and hustlers wanting to believe they are bigger than they really are. Thoroughly entertaining, well written, well directed and well produced.
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