The true story of what happens to a teenage girl when she falls in love with the wrong man. The love story turns dark and sinister when the charming stranger seeks to dominate every aspect of the young woman's life.
Jerome had managed to get a motorbike and a job as a courier when he got two traffic fines and bailiffs started calling. On a zero hour contract and wages sometimes less than £20, under increasing pressure, Jerome couldn't see a way out.
Joseph falls into despair when his nine-year-old son leaves for Australia with his ex. Sufffering the hangover from hell, he walks away from his present life and boards a boat bound for Ireland to confront memories from his childhood.
Detective Inspector Rabbit, a dedicated, tough, thick and oft inebriated Victorian copper, sleuths his way across London with his two young partners, a doofy rookie, and a brilliant black policewoman no one ever believes.
This heavy handed and unsophisticated political drama could have been so much better if only the director and writer had spent some time developing their characters and storyline instead of relentlessly ramming their one tone message down the viewers' throats.
The only redeeming feature of this film is the strong performances by its cast, especially given the lack of three dimensional characters and character development throughout.
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