They took his name so he could have a future.
Sometimes I feel closer to you than to my own son...
This British drama takes a look at the attempted re-integration into society of a young man, who, as a child, committed murder. After his partner in crime died in jail, he was put up for parole. In order to give him a chance, he was given a new identity in a new home. He settled in well, even getting a girlfriend, before some inopportune publicity saw his cover blown. He goes on the run, seeking to once again start over, while his desperate parole officer does his best to track him down and salvage the situation.
105 minutes, No persons under 16 (Language, Sex, Violence)
Crime, Drama, Romance, On the art circuit
Where's it showing?
Jack Burridge, Peter Mullan, Alfie Owen, Katie Lyons
|Screenplay||Mark O'Rowe, from the novel by Jonathan Trigell|
|Sound formats||Dolby Digital|
|Produced by||Cuba Pictures|
Official Site | IMDB page
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|South African Media|
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|Chicago Sunday TimesRoger Ebert ||18|
|eye Weekly (Canada)Liz Clayton ||10|
|IMDB4288 Netizens ||16|
|Average .. 75%||15|
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