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Superb and underrated London race drama
7 January 2003 | by (London, England) – See all my reviews

This is one of the best UK TV movies made in recent years - superb acting (especially from the young cast), excellent dialogue, great music, and Shakespearian character and plot reversals as a black teacher struggles to win over a charismatic but abandoned and angry black schoolboy living in a foster home. As the tragedy unfolds, the black community attempts to confront the damage wreaked by the storm of crime, drugs and gang warfare in a completely (although sadly) realistic London setting.


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