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Director Alex Pillai's disappointing crime drama follows Tyson (Ashley Chin), a young Londoner who funds the upbringing of his younger sister by means of clever robberies involving his friends and unfortunate wealthy men. However, he soon begins to question the morality of his actions after meeting Tia (Ashley Madekwe), a cousin of one of his crew. Despite strong supporting turns from Anna Nightingale and Jason Maza, the unconvincing central performances and a cliché-ridden script (that owes much to the likes of
American History X
) fail to conjure enough grit and steel to elevate this urban drama above the ordinary. Pillai's feature debut is not without heart and good intentions, but there is a lack of substance and the story lacks momentum.
Student Tia goes to stay with her cousin Davina, whom she discovers is involved with a gang running a burglary racket. Tia learns that one of the men involved is only trying to provide for his sister, and attempts to persuade him to find another way - but Davina does not take kindly to her interfering. Crime drama, starring Ashley Chin and Ashley Madekwe.
Cast & Crew
Violence, swearing, drug abuse, sexual references.
DVD and Blu-ray
22 Jun 2012
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