A detective with questionable methods enlists his group of friends to take down the drug dealers who control his city.

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Sleaze
TayShawn Prinse ...
Jamal
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Chima
Paul Grewal ...
Dirty Harry
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Lefty
Thi Vo ...
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Zarif Alibhai ...
Juggy
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Ruby
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In a city where streets are overrun by drug dealers, those who have sworn to uphold the law are breaking it to better suit their own needs. Naresh K plays a detective (Sleaze), a veteran officer whose methods of enforcing the law are questionable, if not corrupt. 'PSEUDO' follows Sleaze as he takes the law in his own hands and co-ordinates a series of raids with his gang of friends. Ethical dilemmas arise when things go wrong and friends turn on each other as a game of cat and mouse ensues. Written by Anonymous

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Blood Of Our Own

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Action | Thriller

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13 April 2012 (Canada)  »

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$650,000 (estimated)
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Pseudo Film Review
30 July 2012 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

To be honest I was not expecting a Hollywood blockbuster due to the low budget nature of the production, but I was pleasantly surprised by the professional feel of the film. I found the film initially slow to begin but soon gathered pace as you were drawn into the storyline.The performances of the 4 friends Cheema, Jamal,Johnny and Duggy were good and the dialogue flowed well between them.Naresh K's character, Sleaze came across as a complex and manipulative individual and I think the film should have spent a little more time explaining the background to his character, i.e. how he got to know the crew, and uncover more about his murky and dark past. The gangster character, Harry, for me lacked menace and appeared to be miscast for the role. I could not take him seriously with his boneheaded right hand man Lefty. I would also expect a gangster of the calibre portrayed be dirty Harry to have had more involvement in certain fights and killings in the film.

However, putting these minor issues aside, this film turned out to be a compelling watch with an unexpected twist in the plot.


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