A worthy film to be sure, and one that is frighteningly relevant. It'a a little rough around the edges, however, so that mars it a little. Plot points are rushed too. Looking beyond any problems though, this is still a reminder we all need about postcode crime and violence.
Well that was a deep message and story that was based on true events and it was played out decent with a fine cast along with some good action.
This effectively shows how the culture of stigmatized neighbourhoods in the UK promotes small, banal things blowing up and turning into hostile, unpredictable situations.The core of it is solid, but the rest of the film leaves a lot to be desired.It’s overacted, unfocussed and a tad too melodramatic.The rapping would have been a nice addition, if it didn’t get on my nerves so quickly. Most of it recaps what happened during the previous 15 minutes, which wouldn’t be necessary if you’d pay attention.