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It took a while to grasp the Scottish accents, but well worth the effort. Watched the last scene 3 times to get it all. Twisty plot with flashes of a grim future - unstable newbie grifter well played. How these types of people just roll in and out of an encounter with their victims with such ease - completely absent of remorse, yet to have such a strong code among themselves. Gotta see this one again!
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