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UK 2022
produced by
Sheikh Shahnawaz for Catharsis Films
directed by Sheikh Shahnawaz
starring Gurj Gill, Jason Adam, Nisaro Karim, James Jaysen Bryhan, Joe Egan, Lisa Blissitt, Sergute Warner Bowen, Corey Thompson, Alexander Rebolo, Alvie Hussain, André Mathias, Ruayyad Azad, Terence Smith, Hesam Farazmand, Peter McAllister, Rob James, Jamie Causer, Sheikh Shahnawaz, Sheikh Abdul Kayum, Martin Bourne, Craig Hayes, Peter Lines, Liam Millard, Sam Malley, Nimarta Singh, Pamm Kaur, Nargis Saleem, Nick Grand, Taran Bains, Gurjant Singh, Tayyib Mahmood
written by Sheikh Shahnawaz, music by Savfk

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Danny (Gurj Gill) has just been kicked off the London police when his erstwhile superior, Chief Constable Collins (James Jaysen Bryhan), sends him on a special assignment to Birmingham to go undercover as a junkie and ultimately find out who's running the drug business there as the local police pulls a complete blank on that. So Danny wanders the parks of the city, and soon finds a homeless local, Cooks (Jason Adam), who feels just so happy to have someone to talk to that he almost immediately trusts Danny. And from Cooks he soon gets the lowdown on the local drug scene, which is totally controlled by one Imran (Nisaro Karim), who for some reason has never popped up in any police files. Danny tries to persuade Cooks to introduce him to Imran so they can both join his gang - to have a better life, Danny lies -, but at first Cooks is hesitant, also because Imran has a bad reputation, but Danny uses every trick in the book to win Cooks over. Now after a few hiccups, Imran employs the two, and before long Danny rises in the ranks and becomes Imran's favourite dealer. But then Collins wants to pull the plug on the operation, just when Danny has found out why Imran has so far managed to stay invisible, and also on a personal matter, Danny now has a bone to pick with Imran ...


A pretty intense undercover thriller that manages to keep its tension up throughout, even though the film's not always easy to follow due to its two narrative threads that defy chronology and sometimes seem random - until a reveal in the finale makes the reason for this crystal clear, explains everything in reverse, and turns out to be a pretty clever twist as well. And a tight directorial effort and a very competent cast really bring this film to life - and leave the viewer at the edge of their seat beginning to end.


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