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A thug is hired to kidnap a love rival and drag him to a warehouse for a bit of the old ultra-violence

The best laid plans of mice and violent, jealous men. Hiring a thug (Sean Pertwee) to kidnap a love rival (Martin Compston) and drag him to a warehouse for a bit of the old ultra-violence, Craig Conway’s nervous  businessman unexpectedly finds his wife (Kierston Wareing) bundled in the car boot as well. With just four actors, a single setting and more twists than a bag full of pretzels, John Langridge’s grimy lo-fi debut is almost smart, taut and nasty enough to bid for the Tarantino comparisons he’s obviously after. A stagey British indie that does a lot with a little.

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