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The scenario isn't entirely plausible, but the actors are engaging and you can't beat the running time.
L.A. Weekly
If you can't count on a British con movie to deliver at least a few moments of entertaining color, well, then what can you count on? Director Richard Janes' slight and wobbly Fakers comes close to shattering one's faith in a just and orderly universe.
Despite engaging performances from a cast led by Matthew Rhys and Kate Ashfield and pro direction by first-timer Richard Janes, yarn about art grifters lacks real snap, which ultimately stems from the so-so script and lack of real coin.
With so many high standing peers (both contemporary and classic), it just doesn't have the muscle or the nous to make an impression.

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