Starring: Riz Ahmed, Ed Skrein, Natalie Press, Anouska Mond
Directed by: Ben Drew
The plot: Drug dealer Ed is caught in a police sting and he quickly offloads his mobile 'phone and cash to associate Aaron. While Aaron waits for Ed's release from custody, he crosses paths with illegal immigrant Katya, who has been sold into sex trafficking and must make a stark decision about the future of her newborn child. Meanwhile, fellow dealer Chris loses his cool when his younger sister is caught in the crossfire of a revenge shooting.
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"It may be slow in parts and its heart-sinking scenarios won't fill you with cheer, but it has bags of style and a terrific soundtrack from promising debut director Drew. It might just kickstart a few acting careers, too."
"There are plenty of flaws here, but instinctively Ill Manors feels important - like some British films of the 1980s (Meantime, Scum) that spoke of a generation out of work and out of hope."
"Wringing tortured turns from a cast of unknowns, Drew has things to say - and he mostly says them well."