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I Against I (2012)

Focusing on the timeless themes of jealousy, murder and betrayal, 'I Against I' is set over one night and utilises different time lines to reveal a dark and unexpected conclusion to a ... See full summary »
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Ian Drake
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Issac Revchenko
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Joseph Carmichael
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Sophia Carmichael
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Tommy Carmichael
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Hitman
Epeli Taione ...
Tonga
Paul McGrattan ...
Sam
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Terrance (as Ian Keir Attard)
Francesca Kingdon ...
Danielle
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Helen Revchenko
Sahil Kumar ...
Paul
Ally Palmer ...
Harvey
David Capris ...
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Kamil Kurczewski ...
Big Man
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Focusing on the timeless themes of jealousy, murder and betrayal, 'I Against I' is set over one night and utilises different time lines to reveal a dark and unexpected conclusion to a simple mystery premise. The main protagonists, opposite in character, take a frantic journey into a desolate nocturnal world with the common aim of survival, though once completed, the plot reveals a trap from which escape may be impossible. Taking influence from films like 'Le Samurai', 'Point Break', and new Asian noir, the film is a modern homage to hard boiled cinema with its own original take. Written by Peter Slack

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Two Men, 12 Hours, One Must Die !!

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Crime | Thriller

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James Marquand (Co-Writer and Co-Director) is the son of Richard Marquand, Director the Return of the Jedi and Jagged Edge. He was offered to Direct an episode of the Star Wars TV series after George Lucas viewed his debut film Dead Man's Cards. See more »

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21 February 2013 | by See all my reviews

Not a bad film. It is different to a lot of your usual Brit gangster films . OK there are a few flaws but this film was obviously not made with a Hollywood budget .

It is a well crafted fast paced stylishly shot film noir which reminds me of some the old black and white movies from the 50's. The London locations add to the atmosphere and there are some good performances especially Ingvar Sigurdson who's ice cold demeanour is a constant plus throughout the film. This film is different from what I expected and the twist is also unexpected.  So if you like a femme fatal , a dark film with a good twist you should check this out . 


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