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directed by Anthony Z. James
starring Anthony Mark Streeter, Nathan Hamilton, Russell Barnett, Emmy Happisburgh, Severija Bielskyte, Jamie O'Neill, Calum Speed, Lev Levermore, Tyrone Nestor, John Sims, Robert Anthony, Liam Woon, Donatas Fedaravicius, Ieva Fedaraviciute, Prince Marfo, Mikko Tilus, Serena Tombolini, Aude Le Pape (voice)
written by Anthony Z. James, music by Nikolaj Polujanov

review by
Mike Haberfelner

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Tony (Anthony Mark Streeter) has just been released from prison after 10 years, and he tries to find his place in the world, but his wife (Emmy Happisburgh) doesn't even want to see him, his son Conor (Nathan Hamilton) has grown from a boy into a young man without his guidance, and yet he sees to many of his bad habits reflected in him, and Dominic (Russell Barnett), his partner from back then has hit it big in the meantime and is now running a security company - but the job he offers to Tony would force him to leave the straight and narrow he has sworn to stay on to not land back in the slammer. Conor meanwhile has his own problems as this is the very day his girlfriend (Severija Bielskyte) tells him she's pregnant - and overcome by pretty much everything Conor takes it the worst way possible accuses her of cheating on him and later lets his frustrations out on his dad. It's only eventually that the two of them, who have both changed massively over time, start to bond, and eventually, Conor even gets his mum to make up with Tony. But there's Tony's past that despite all his efforts isn't done with him yet and comes back to haunt him - very physically ...


A very interesting social drama that works quite so well because it really downplays things, chooses the fly-on-the-wall approach over high drama (and is thus fittingly shot entirely on smart phone), and thus everything seems to develop out of one another quite naturally rather than seeming forced to fit a formula - though that said the film's very well-structured all the same. And very grounded performances paired with a no-frills directorial approach only help to make this story really palpable in a thoughtful sort of way, and a pretty good watch.


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