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Christmas 1988. Soulmates, woody and Lol find themselves in exile from each other and the gang. Trying to understand the definition 'growing up', Shaun begins a course at College, that quickly takes the wrong turn.
Richard returns home from military service to a small town in the Midlands. He has one thing on his mind: revenge. Payback for the local bullies who did some very bad things to his brother. At first his campaign employs guerrilla tactics, designed to frighten the men and put them ill at ease. But then he steps up his operation, and one by one these local tough guys are picked off by the terrifying angel of vengeance that Richard has become. Written by
The ruined castle featured is Riber Castle, which housed a small zoo in its grounds from the 1960s, featuring mostly British wildlife. The zoo closed in 2000 and the castle lay empty until it was bought by property developers, who converted it into apartments. See more »
Anthony is wearing Adidas Popper Pants in the film, including the flashback scenes. If the flashback scenes were from eight years years ago, it would have been 1996. Adidas Popper Pants weren't released until 1997. See more »
God will forgive them. He'll forgive them and allow them into Heaven. I can't live with that.
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Before the credits roll, the film is dedicated to the memory of Paddy Considine's father. See more »
Crooked Road and The Briar
Written by J. Burns and J. Convertino
Performed by Calexico
With kind permission of Quarterstick Records
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I have waited for this film to come out for quite a while now, I missed
it at cinema as the mainstream cinemas didn't show it and I had to wait
for the DVD to come out which it did on Monday. I loved the film and
have watched it a few times already, the film is dark very dark, almost
to the point of a slasher flick Mr Considine is almost to the point of
The music is beautiful, all the score is chosen at the right moments
and its pretty damn elegant. I also love the brutality of it, Mr
Considine in all scenes looks like someone with so much anger and
distaste for the people he is dealing with comes across really unstable
and alarming, such strong character portrayal is rare in a film these
days, the intensity of his character makes the best anti-hero seen for
years pretty much since taxi driver, I have heard Paddy Considine being
called the British Robert De Niro, I just can't believe he hasn't been
poached by bigger (but not better) films. I can't wait to see the next
Meadows/Considine Film, its always nice to look forward to something in
films as the big blockbusters these day just have no soul anymore.
This is a film from the heart and I think this message will get across
to all people who watch it.
All I can say is give it a chance. I gave it a 10 anyway possibly to
high but better than a lot of recent films.
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