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North V South Review
North V South is a UK Independent gangster film to be proud of.
North v South review – Romeo and Juliet caught up in gang war
This week’s geezerfest has a semi-interesting premise – dividing up a bizarro Britain along Romeo and Juliet lines, as blossoming young love threatens the tenuous truce between regional heavies.
North v South (2015)
Daft, deliciously dark and knee-deep in terrible north/south stereotypes, North v South is ridiculous but a lot of fun, and worth the price of a ticket just to hear Steven Berkoff deliver the best sweary line in screen history. The only two words I can repeat here are 'toast' and 'frog'. Go figure... And if you can’t work it out, go see North v South.
Little White Lies: North V South Review
Veteran actors Bernard Hill, Oliver Cotton and Keith Allen are perfect castings as scheming mob bosses, while Freema Agyeman gives a noteworthy turn as a multilingual extortion and weapons specialist named Penny.
Eye For Film: North V South
The film shows it can be bold: a campy Bond-style chase between a car and gyrocopter, and a Leon-style segment where Penny trains a child to kill are fun and enthusiastically rendered ideas.
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