Dee is an anarchic street-artist confronting the system, Marcus is an armed robber on a jewellery store crime-wave. For the two brothers, being Anti-Social is a way of life! Bound by an unyielding family loyalty they relentlessly carve their respective paths - and Dee finds acceptance in London's art-scene, while Marcus' smash-and-grab heists amass him a small fortune and his aspirations escalate. But when an ultra-violent gangland war erupts, Dee is suddenly forced to remember who he is - as Police and rival criminals close-in on the family and Marcus' gang defiantly prepare to take down the largest target of their careers.
Gang-rebellion, robbery, motorcycles, loyalty and nerve-racking.
I am seventeen years old, and I think this movie is most suited for teenagers. This movie is one of the best, nerve-racking films I have ever seen. It starts out hard but kind of cheesy, then you get to know the characters in this brilliant movie. It takes bit of a time to you get to the real nerve-racking action, but when you get there, it's no stopping. I love how they build up the characters with different dreams and opportunities, and make them blend together to make this movie the most epic movie ever made. Definitely a MUST- SEE movie. If you don't get caught up by the story at first, give it time and you will not regret. If you like gang-rebellion, drugs, robbery, street art and thrills, this is definitely your kind of movie.
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