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I Against I (2012)

Not Rated | | Crime , Thriller | 10 August 2012 (UK)
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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 ... See full summary »



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Cast overview, first billed only:
Kenny Doughty ... Ian Drake
Ingvar Eggert Sigurðsson ... Issac Revchenko
Mark Womack ... Joseph Carmichael
Sónia Balacó ... Sophia Carmichael
John Castle ... Tommy Carmichael
Robert Shannon ... Hitman
Epeli Taione Epeli Taione ... Tonga
Paul McGrattan Paul McGrattan ... Sam
Ian Attard ... Terrance (as Ian Keir Attard)
Francesca Kingdon Francesca Kingdon ... Danielle
Jenna Goodwin ... Helen Revchenko
Sahil Kumar Sahil Kumar ... Paul
Ally Palmer Ally Palmer ... Harvey
David Capris David Capris ... Hotel Receptionist
Kamil Kurczewski Kamil Kurczewski ... Big Man


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 !!


Crime | Thriller


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2.35 : 1
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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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A generally jumbled mess
4 October 2014 | by bowmanblueSee all my reviews

I know that not every British gangster flick should be measured against Guy Ritchie's work. And, to be fait, I Against I is nothing like Ritchie's work - in other words it's pretty awful. Whereas as Ritchie can make a complex narrative with numerous characters come together and let the viewer easily make sense out of it, I Against I just seems to want to play around with the narrative structure for the sake of it Basically, it's a jumbled mess. Again, the far superior Pulp Fiction moved beginning to end and vice versa and got away with it. Some films can do that. This one can't. Scenes seem to happen in random order, making it increasingly hard for the viewer to follow what's happening.

Then there's the characters - who cares about them? They're not particularly likable and the fact that the story's told out of order makes it hard to keep track of them.

A low budget British gangster film without any major names attached to it was always going to be hard work. And indeed it was.

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