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Twenty8k (2012)

Not Rated | | Thriller | 10 September 2012 (UK)
A teenage boy is gunned down outside a nightclub and a young girl dies in a hit and run in two seemingly unrelated deaths. Deeva Jani, returns home to clear her brother Vipon of the shooting and soon discovers a much deeper conspiracy.

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A teenage boy is gunned down outside a nightclub and a young girl dies in a hit and run in two seemingly unrelated deaths. Deeva Jani, returns home to clear her brother Vipon of the shooting and soon discovers a much deeper conspiracy.

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Politicians and their vices
23 May 2014 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

Twenty8K is a low budget British thriller directed by David Kew and Neil Thompson. It stars Parminder Nagra, Jonas Armstrong, and Stephen Dillane.

In 2012 on the eve of the Olympics, a young lad is shot outside a nightclub and a young girl dies in a hit and run accident. Both deaths seem unrelated. Deeva Jani (Nagra) returns home from Paris to clear her brother Vip of the shooting and discovers a much deeper conspiracy that may involve the establishment and a vice ring.

As a thriller this is by the numbers. As soon as you see the Tory Home Secretary on screen you know he will be involved. The moment you see shady policemen/spooks you can guess they are protecting the Home Secretary. As for the rest of the cast, it seems to be a roll call of actors who tend to appear in low budget urban films almost in a conveyor belt regularity.

Nothing too thrilling or involving and its so flatly written as if all the life is sucked out of the characters on screen.


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