OK, I agree it will remain a totally unknown feature, even in UK. The copy I watched probably came from a private collection, or a bootlegged 16mm duplicate, I can't tell, and I don't care. I got it. Period. The late forties British films, I don't know much, but this one, even with unknown actors and director - but not screenwriter, the great John Gilling himself - is really worth watching. At the beginning, during the first thirty minutes, it may seem talkative, but the last part is rather tough, rough, brutal, not foreseeable at all. The story of a batch of gangsters on the run after a killing, a heist. And also a sharp, abrupt ending.
No more to tell about this little gem, which is not a masterpiece, and that many among you would forget one day after seeing it, but it deserves to be discovered.
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