I did not expect that so good. This is far better than most British films speaking of ghettos, gangs and social collapse, at least for the 2010's period. Actors and directors are not known, but directing and acting are more than OK. This is a pure drama, more than a crime movie. Everything is convincing and many scenes gripping, and the 2.35 frame helped a lot for the credibility of the whole. But maybe the director used these technicalities to enhance his work more than necessary, to compensate the directing flaws. See what I mean? Yes, if you compare with most of UK features speaking of this kind of topic, this one deserves to stay on the top of the basket, not the bottom. UK industry gave us much garbage since a decade now. And not only in the horror movies field. I only regret a bit of confusion in the screenplay, that Peter Mullan - the only well know actor, here as a supporting character - can't save. A confusion that seem to be the trade mark of today UK film industry, confusion in the editing, mixing up the continuity of the story. But that's my own point of view.