Film of the year. An Irish / British colabaration with great acting, tight, taut and tense direction. Menacing and brutal, but with no physical violence, no gratuitous sex, sparse but appropriate dialogue and a great plot that carries you through to the very last scene. It's set in Ulster during the "Good Friday Agreement", but its not a romantic, or biased opinion, appears very realistic... it's more about betrayal.. and the seedy comparison between MI5 and the IRA is wonderful. Don't miss it! A real gem.
moviemoghul (Unverified), 28/08/12
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