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About the Movie
Laila is a teenager from a ruthless criminal family who has just fled from home with her boyfriend, Aaron. Laila’s family, who disapprove of the relationship on the grounds of religious principles, turn to a couple of mercenary thugs to track her down – a pursuit that takes them deep into the muck of the Yorkshire Moors. Described by the Wolfe brothers as a “modern-day Western,” the film is a tough, atmospheric, all-together riveting experience.
Rotten Tomatoes Movie Reviews
- Reviews Counted: 33
- Fresh: 30
- Rotten: 3
- Average Rating: 7.2/10
Top Critics' Reviews
Fresh: Music video helmer Daniel Wolfe and his brother Matthew confirm that style and content need not be mutually exclusive with their impressive feature debut ...
Fresh: It's advisable to approach the movie without much prior knowledge: the tantalising reveal of connections between the characters is masterfully done.
Fresh: So lyrical and so unsparing that it becomes something more than just a genre film; something more like a poetic-realist fugue and a despairing howl at the state of contemporary Britain.
Fresh: [A] promising debut from the British directors Daniel and Matthew Wolfe.
Daniel & Matthew Wolfe’s film begins as a steady slow burn that quickly escalates into a sort of cinematic rollercoaster of suspenseful horror. This is a very dark, but unrelenting glimpse at current Britain. This film is not afraid of offending. In fact, I suspect these two filmmakers would be upset if we were not offended. Often shot in a bright neon candy way, filled with fitting music and expertly realistic performances, it should not be ignored or dismissed. One thing is for sure, viewers will not be able to forget this film. A stunning cinematic review that deserved a far greater distribution.