Plan B: In the last shot of the film before the credits, Drew is shown to be the one driving the car Aaron is in. See more »
When Katya leaves her pram on the train, and Aaron tries to get her number we clearly see her holding her arms out in front of her, a little while later we flashback to the same scene from a different viewpoint and her arms are by her side the whole time. See more »
Far far better than the other recent UK crime films
That powerful piece of work astonished me. A real hit in the face. More a social drama, bloody, brutal at the most, more than a thriller - which is absolutely not - or a common crime flick. Anyway nothing to do with the other UK crime films, craps, which are directly released in DVD, craps that try to look like Tarantino or Guy Ritchie's movies. The guy who made this gave all his guts, his wrath, his pain, his soul, his blood. Poignant scenes, moving sequences, British are really the masters in the social field: see Ken Loach.
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