The second film Bill Nighy and Daniel Mays have appeared in together, the other being Dad's Army (2016). See more »
The story is set in Limehouse, which falls under the Metropolitan Police 'H' Division. However, Constable Flood wears collar numbers with the prefix 'P' which is Camberwell, some miles from Limehouse on the opposite side of the Thames. See more »
[about Inspector Kildare]
He'd have risen well above Roberts by now if those rumours hadn't done for him. You know, that he wasn't the marrying kind...
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Well crafted movie with a beautiful cast, good aesthetics and some nicely twisted elements made for a enjoyable watch even tho from my point of view, the ending is quite predictable from the very start. It was rather obvious the destination, yet the journey remained suspenseful and filled with little hidden gems here and there.
Bill Nighy is one great actor, I'm sadden by the fact that he didn't manage to make a bigger splash earlier, but even now, his presence on the screen brings so much force, so much seriosity, that you take everything in deeper and leaves behind quite an impact with every line he says. He was perfectly cast here, as the other actors too, a diversity and character development that I loved from the very start.
Of course I will recommend this movie, but bare in mind, there is close to no horror here, you will find no such thing, but only the horror of man. What man is capable of, his hideous crimes, selfishness, but has nothing to do with jump scares or tension.
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