Nine estranged friends are reunited after their larger than life friend unexpectedly dies. The friends who haven't seen each other in years are all forced to stay at their deceased friends ... See full summary »
Sam, a thug, is out of jail. He's having a go at a crime free new life. He attempts to get closer to his estranged kid and tries his faulting best to maintain a glimmer of hope within an inner city existence.
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.
Walking through an airport has never been more thrilling!
Dee (Gregg Sulkin) is a graffiti artist who wants to go to Berlin with his girlfriend to further his graffiti art studies. He doesn't associate with his brother's dangerous activities like breaking into jewelry stores with some other hoodrats. It's great seeing the gun shootouts and chase scenes. My heart was literally beating out of my chest during this airport scene near the end of the movie. Have fun with this movie! I watched it on Netflix.
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