Ah, the sweet, gentle, cherub-like Skinheads. With a song in their heart, a skip in their step, these playful waifs dance through life with naught but love, peace and understanding forever in their minds and their adorable, lovable hearts. God bless these fragile children of Zion and their care-free mission to BEAT THE LIVIN [email protected] OUTTA ANYONE AND EVERYONE!!
And this isn't your every day, glamorized, stylized violence of any given action movie. There is no fancy moves or choreographed fights. This is street violence. Unrelenting, brutal and harsh.
So are the characters. Though they are not one dimensional by any means. They are raw. Vivid and terrifyingly realistic.
This movie brings the point home that Violence Begets Violence but without preaching or grandstanding. It is achieved by filming the events as they come crashing into existence from the very opening scene to the end credits. Done with a Shakespearean doom.
Also, understand one thing: this is an incredibly well done movie. The violence is not a trope, nor a trick to make up for lacking writing skills. Though at first watch the more deeper realism may be a bit hard to decipher beyond the onslaught this movie brings.
On a side note showing I'm getting old. . . I kept finding myself shaking my head, asking "What is wrong with you kids?!" lol
anyway, great nom, Vicky!