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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David Kew, Neil Thompson

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Jimmy Dowdall (screenplay), Paul Abbott (screenplay) | 3 more credits »
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Sebastian Nanena Sebastian Nanena ... Vipon
Bhasker Patel ... Satish
Rani Moorthy Rani Moorthy ... Sita
Jack Bence Jack Bence ... Pete
Hammed Animashaun ... Wayne
Kaya Scodelario ... Sally
Nichola Burley ... Andrea
Michael Socha ... Tony
Gregg Chillin ... Ricky
Nathalie Emmanuel ... Carla
Daisy Turner Daisy Turner ... Nina
RoxXxan RoxXxan ... Rapper
Parminder Nagra ... Deeva Jani
James French James French ... Zazou
Myriam Acharki ... Boss
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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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Thriller

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Utter drivel !
16 March 2013 | by aford777See all my reviews

If you liked 'Bend it Like Beckham', or any episode of Scooby Doo, you are associated with the film , or you are a moron, you will like this Movie.

For the rest of us it is utter drivel. Laughingly billed as a Thriller, it is sadly typical of parochial, twee, out-of-touch British-film making at its worst. From the ridiculously premised and clichéd Plot ie Young Asian Fashion executive turns Detective to clear her brother of murder( Think Get Carter meets 'The Kumars'... and there is no great 'twist-ending' as previously stated in a 'friendly' review), to the patronising 'gritty, street' overlay that is about as gritty and street as an episode of Eastenders.

The casting is dreadful, full of hammy British B-List ensemble, cartoon-character Asians with Conti rent-a-yob types as the baddies. The script is cliché-ridden and woefully out of touch. The locations and settings are every media-types view of how London 'really is'. This is nothing like the real London. I know, I was born here and still live here

The Cinematography is average at best and again cliché-ridden ( cue regular backdrops of the Dome, Canary Wharf etc....

But the worst aspect of this whole sorry mess is that films like this are still being made and are an insult to the British Film Industry. Thank God for ' Welcome to the Punch' !


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10 September 2012 (UK) See more »

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